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XTL Sintyron Vacuum Electrode Alumina Ceramic tube with Welding copper


Vacuum alumina ceramic tubes are commonly used in high temperature and vacuum environments due to their excellent thermal and chemical resistance properties. These tubes are often used in various industrial applications such as semiconductor manufacturing, aerospace, and high temperature furnaces.

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XTL Sintyron Vacuum Electrode  Alumina Ceramic tube with Welding copper

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One common method of connecting alumina ceramic tubes is through welding copper fittings to the ends of the tubes. This process requires precision and skill to ensure a strong and leak-proof connection. The copper fittings provide a reliable connection that can withstand high temperatures and vacuum pressures.
The combination of alumina ceramic and copper welding creates a durable and long-lasting tube that is suitable for demanding applications. The copper fittings also provide a good thermal conductivity, which helps to maintain uniform heat distribution throughout the tube.
 vacuum alumina ceramic tubes welded with copper fittings are a reliable and effective solution for high temperature and vacuum environments. Their durability and resistance to thermal and chemical stresses make them an ideal choice for various industrial applications.

Feedthroughs (or vacuum feedthroughs) come in many forms to transfer electrical currents, signals, fluids, gases or mechanical movements from outside the vacuum (air side) to the inside (vacuum side) of a vacuum chamber to equipment within the chamber. The entry point for the feedthrough must be vacuum-sealed via a suitable through hole. The feedthrough can be weldable (weld-on) or connected with a CF, KF or ISO vacuum flange to the vacuum chamber.

Our metallizing processes could be customized according to clients’ requirements.

Major components

95% 96%.99  Al2O3

 

Density

g/cm3

3.6

Material properties

Water absorption

%

O

Sintering temperature

°C

1600-1800

Physical properties

Hardness

HV

1500

Flexural strength

Kgf/cm2

3000

Compressive strength

Kgf/cm2

25000

Fracture toughness

Map.m3/2

3-4

 

Maximum temperature

°C

1800

Thermal properties

Coefficient of thermal expansion

/°C

8*10-6

 

Heat shock

T(°C)

220

Thermal conductivity

W/m.k(25-300°C)

25 14

 

 

20°C

 

>1012

Volume resistivity

100°C

>.cm

1012-1013

Electrical Characteristics

 

300°C

>1010

Insulation breakdown strength

KV/mm

18

dielectric constant

100MHz(E)

9.5

Joining types:

Ceramic + Mo/Mn Metallized + plating Ni

Ceramic + Mo/Mn Metallized + plating Ag

Ceramic + Mo/Mn Metallized + plating Au

Ceramic + printing Ag

* Special types are available according to customer's drawings or samples.

Material :

· Insulator-Glazed Ceramic 96% Al2O3 (white)

· Feedthrugh – Nickel, Kovar, Copper

· Weld Sheath/Flange-Nickel, Kovar, 304 Stainless Steel

The vacuum electrode flange is usually composed of the following structures:
1. Contact: used to connect two flanges, usually made of copper or stainless steel.
2. Flange: a flat plate mounted on the contact, between which a vacuum sealing chamber is formed.
3. Bolts: Components for fixing and connecting flanges.
4, insulation gasket: the insulation material installed between the bolt and the flange to ensure the insulation performance of the flange.
5, conductive plug: used for grounding at non-standard connections to ensure the electrical safety of the system.

Features:

· Feedthroughs are custom made to specifications that determined by the electrical, temperature, and environmental condition requirements.

· Standard parts are available

Characteristics

· High Abrasion Resistance

· High Mechanical Strength

· Pressures over 10,000 PSI

· High Temperature Usage

· Low Dielectric Loss

· Mass Spectrometer Leak Tested

· High Chemical Stability
· High conductivity
· High temperature resistance
· Corrosion resistance

Vacuum electrode flanges are widely used in the following fields:
1, scientific research: In the experiments of physics, chemistry and material science, vacuum electrode flanges are usually used to connect equipment such as vacuum chambers, experimental instruments and triggers.
2, industrial manufacturing: In industrial fields such as semiconductor manufacturing, lithography technology and vacuum metallurgy, vacuum electrode flanges are used to connect various devices in vacuum systems to ensure process stability and quality.
3, medical equipment: In the medical field, vacuum electrode flanges are widely used in X-ray machines, CT scanners and nuclear magnetic resonance imagers and other equipment.


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FAQ

Why us?
* Professional manufacturer since 1997.
* Strict quality control on production process and tolerance.
* Free samples available
* Customized production based on your drawing or specification
* On-time delivery and reliable support and service
* Inventory available for quick shipment
* We keep confidentiality of all the drawings and business information between us.
Are you a trading company or a manufacturer?
* We are a manufaturer. 
Can you provide the free samples?
* Yes,we can offer free sample if we have it in stock,but the courier fee is to be collected.
Do you accept customized production based our specification?
* Yes,we offer OEM and ODM service. Just send us your drawing if you have it. If you don’t have a drawing, just tell us your idea, we will work out the drawing for you.

What's the delivery time?
* 7 working days for standard products 30 days for customized products. 
What is the MOQ?
* No limit to the quantity. We can offer the best proposal and solutions according to your condition.
What is the payment terms you accept?
* T/T,LC,Western Union,moneygram are acceptable.
How to deal with the faulty?
* Firstly, Our product are produced in strict quality control system and the defective rate will be less than 2%.
If there are problems with the product, we will provide free replacement.

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