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Vacuum System Information
Service Request Details

Describe the nature of the Service Request in as much detail as possible.

Product Information
Application Information

Please describe your application, including the specific technology, process gases and other relevant details as they pertain to the vacuum environment.

Contamination & Hazardous Substance Status

Contaminants to vacuum systems are defined as: any substance that, because of its properties, is not compatible with ultra-high vacuum (UHV) operation. Some of these are: silicon (in the form of silicones), sulfur, cadmium, fluorine and chlorine. Contaminants have been determined by vapor pressure curves and/or properties that are detrimental to the operation of UHV products.


* Hazardous Substance Definition

A chemical or substance, or mixture of chemicals or substances, which:

  • is regulated by the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration under Code of Federal Regulations, title 29, part 1910, subpart Z
  • is either toxic or highly toxic, an irritant, corrosive, a strong oxidizer, a strong sensitizer, combustible, either flammable or extremely flammable, dangerously reactive, pyrophoric, a carcinogen, a teratogen, a mutagen, a reproductive toxic agent, or that otherwise, according to generally accepted documented medical or scientific evidence, may cause substantial acute or chronic personal injury or illness during or as a direct result of any customary or reasonably foreseeable accidental or intentional exposure to the chemical or substance. (Common examples: arsenic, cadmium, gallium, cesium, mercury, radiation, etc.)


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