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  • Selection guide: Alicat mass flow instruments for bioprocessing

    Selection guide: Alicat mass flow instruments for bioprocessing Alicat Scientific mass flow meters and controllers are highly configurable – during our last count, we lost track at 1034 configurations. This gives our customers and partners the ability to customize their devices to meet specific application needs. For bioprocessing applications, this includes specified bioreactor mass flow […]

  • PVD physical vapor deposition parts after vacuum coating process, with a plain steel part.
    Duralar innovates physical vapor deposition processes using mass flow control

    Duralar innovates physical vapor deposition processes using mass flow control While anodizing and bluing prevents corrosion, it doesn’t strengthen the surface much and can scratch off. Chrome plating has been an alternative, but chrome-6 is toxic, and can still wear, pit, and spall. Vacuum deposition system manufacturer, Duralar, wanted to develop a fast, diamond-like coating […]

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    Liquid ingress into a gas flow instrument

    Liquid ingress into a gas flow instrument Gas flow controllers and meters are designed to flow only gases, but accidental liquid ingress into a gas flow device can happen in most environments. Depending on the specific flow devices at hand, liquid ingress may be a minor inconvenience, or may result in requiring a whole new […]

  • Cambridge CMOS Sensors testing and characterization assembly
    Cambridge CMOS Sensors characterizes and calibrates gas sensors using mass flow control

    Cambridge CMOS Sensors characterizes and calibrates gas sensors using mass flow control Cambridge CMOS Sensors (purchased by ams in 2016), is an industry leader in sensor technology. Their patented CMOS MEMS gas sensors use micro-hotplate technology to provide lower power consumption and faster response times for monitoring air quality and hazardous gases. Challenge: Testing CMOS […]