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Subject: Molecular Sieve Sorption Pump
Date: Feb 12, 1:00 pm
Poster: Stephen Coley
On Feb 12, 1:00 pm, Stephen Coley wrote:
My mechanical pump appears to have the potiential of being a good roughing pump but will not get me down to where I need to be for anything approaching fusion and a diffusion pump is beyond my budget. Question: if using the mechanical pump for roughing, can the use of a Molecular Sieve Sorption Pump pull me into the 1 micron range or is this beyond its limits. The research tells me that it's possible for the MSS Pump to pull a 10 micron vacuum from 1 atm. and my thinking was if I could give it a head start down to about 25 microns maybe it would be capable to pull my chambers into the sweet spot.
- Re: Molecular Sieve Sorption Pump - Richard Hull Feb 15, 08:33 am
- Re: Molecular Sieve Sorption Pump - Ely Silk Feb 12, 4:52 pm