molecular pump

molecular pump

[mə′lek·yə·lər ′pəmp]
(mechanical engineering)
A vacuum pump in which the molecules of the gas to be exhausted are carried away by the friction between them and a rapidly revolving disk or drum.
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Tenders are invited for Turbo molecular pump for field emission scanning electron microscope (supra 40vp) etc
The future-oriented TURBO.CONTROL i controls and monitors the turbo molecular pump product line TURBOVAC iOO and is suitable for use in high vacuum applications and integration into compact system solutions.
- Vacuum exhaust system: Turbo molecular pump, Rotary pump
Twenty years ago, the Frommer team identified one of the key components of this molecular pump, which actively loads a sugar called sucrose into the plant's veins, a tissue called phloem.
A molecular pump designed to transport iodine also concentrates the pollutant perchlorate in breast milk, scientists have shown.
The evidence in fact shows that several flagellar proteins once functioned as part of a molecular pump in the bacterial cell's membrane.
It uses a hydrogel polymer that "acts like a molecular pump to infuse water, saline, or medicaments into a wound site while also acting like a molecular sponge to remove exudates," Polymer Solutions explains.
At Pittcon, Pfeiffer Vacuum introduced the FIELDVAC system, a lightweight, portable vacuum system featuring a turbo molecular pump and a diaphragm pump using 24 volts of power.
Scientists have worked out the structure of a molecular pump which cancer cells use to "bail out" toxic chemicals.
(Headquarters: Chigasaki, Kanagawa; President and CEO: Hisaharu Obinata; hereafter referred to as ULVAC) is pleased to announce that the company will launch the ceramic ball bearing type turbo molecular pump, UTM300B with 280L/s pumping speed on October 1st, 2014.
Tenders invited for supply of dn160 cff turbo molecular pump along with dry backing pump
Magnetic bearing type integrated turbo molecular pump

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