Gamma - Ion Getter Pumps

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Gamma Vacuum Ion Getter Pumps

Ion pumps create high vacuum and ultra-high vacuum (UHV) environments in a variety of applications, ranging from portable mass spectrometers to large scale particle accelerators.

Mechanical Vibration Eliminated

No moving parts

High Radiation Tolerance

radiation tolerant materials in excess of 108 Gray

High Temperature Tolerance

Up to 250°C and even 450°C

Regular Maintenance Eliminated

Capture pumps required virtually no maintenance

Low Cost

Low initial and operational costs

Gamma Ion Getter Pump sizes

Small ion pumps come in a wide variety of sizes and configurations. Gamma Vacuum maintains stock of the most common configurations for same-day delivery. These pumps have the added advantage that they can be mounted in any orientation without additional support.

Pumping speed

Ultimate pressure

Starting pressure

Operating bake temp

Max. bake temp (Magnets removed)

l/s

mbar

mbar

°C

°C

MINI

0.2

1x10 -11

≤1x10 -4

95

450

3S

2-3

1x10 -11

≤1x10 -4

450

200

5S

4-5

1x10 -11

≤1x10 -4

250

450

10S/SW

8-10

1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

10ST

8-10

1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

80

450

25S/SW

15-20

1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

25ST

15-20

1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

100

450

45S

30-40

1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

75S

40-75

1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

Low Profile ion pumps are under 300 mm high for standard configurations. Custom built to each order, the closed magnetic loop of these pumps reduces the stray magnetic field created by the pump making these pumps ideal for any type of charged particle application.

Pumping speed

Ultimate pressure

Starting pressure

Operating bake temp

Max. bake temp (Magnets removed)

l/s

mbar

mbar

°C

°C

100L

80-100

<1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

200L

160-200

<1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

300L

240-300

<1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

400L

320-400

<1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

400LX

320-400

<1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

600L

480-600

<1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

600LX

480-600

<1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

800LX

640-800

<1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

1200 LX

960-1200

<1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

Tall Profile ion pumps are designed for mounting in narrow locations and matching competitive dimensions. These pumps are built to order and designed to fit into locations where a Low Profile ion pump might not fit.

Pumping speed

Ultimate pressure

Starting pressure

Operating bake temp

Max. bake temp (Magnets removed)

l/s

mbar

mbar

°C

°C

150T

120-150

<1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

150TV

120-150

<1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

200T

160-200

<1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

250T

200-250

<1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

300T

240-300

<1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

300TV

240-300

<1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

500T

400-500

<1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

600TV

480-600

<1x10 -11

≤1x10 -3

250

450

Ion pumps are used in a wide variety of high and ultra-high vacuum (UHV) environments. They can reach the lowest possible vacuum for an economical cost. In addition, ion pumps have some technical advantages over other technologies.

Product Features

HIGH RADIATION TOLERANCE

Capture pumps are built with radiation tolerant materials in excess of 108 Gray. Connectors and cables are also built with radiation tolerant materials for years of continuous operation.

MECHANICAL VIBRATION ELIMINATED

Capture pumps have no moving parts. Vibration from moving parts and electrical noise is eliminated.

HIGH TEMPERATURE TOLERANCE

Without any special consideration, capture pumps can be baked to 250°C. Removing the magnets allows for hotter bakes up to 450°C. Long hot bakes are critical to every UHV system.

REGULAR MAINTENANCE ELIMINATED

Capture pumps require virtually no maintenance and avoid costly vacuum events because they are sealed from atmosphere, saving time, money and resources.

LOW INITIAL AND OPERATIONAL COSTS

Initial cost is typically less than comparable specifications of other types of vacuum pumps. They use minimal or no power for years of low cost operation.

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