Without vacuum technology, scientists would not have been able to measure the speed of light.
A few simple rules will keep your diaphragm vacuum pump in good operating order for many years of service.
Scientists have recently created a nanoscale version of vacuum tube technology that may offer a 1000-fold performance increase over semiconductors for electronic devices.
Follow these simple rules to keep your lab's oil-sealed vacuum pump in tip-top shape!
A VACUU·LAN® local vacuum network is an adaptable alternative to central lab vacuum supply.
Are you still controlling your lab vacuum applications manually? As with many other lab processes, using electronic controls can offer many advantages.
Vacuum could be the key to replacement of fossil fuels in our energy mix.
Rotary evaporators are among the most common applications for vacuum in chemistry labs. Yet how many people give a lot of thought to the pump used to provide the vacuum?
The device most people associate with the word "vacuum" has recently passed its hundredth birthday.
Nearly all lab vacuum applications - including vacuum filtration, rotary evaporation, cell culture aspiration, concentration, and oven drying - are best served by dry, diaphragm pumps.