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Fundamentals of Vacuum Technology

Fundamentals of Vacuum Technology

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Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum, a member of the globally active industrial Oerlikon Group of companies has developed into the world market leader in the area of vacuum technology.
In this leading position, we recognize that our customers
around the world count on Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum to
deliver technical superiority and maximum value for all our products and services. Today, Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum is strengthening that well-deserved reputation by offering a wide array of vacuum pumps and aftermarket services to meet your needs.
Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum, a member of the globally active industrial Oerlikon Group of companies has developed into the world market leader in the area of vacuum technology.
In this leading position, we recognize that our customers
around the world count on Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum to
deliver technical superiority and maximum value for all our products and services. Today, Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum is strengthening that well-deserved reputation by offering a wide array of vacuum pumps and aftermarket services to meet your needs.

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Required for unequivocal definition of a leak are, first, specifications for the
pressures prevailing on either side of the partition and, secondly, the nature
of the medium passing through that partition (viscosity) or its molar mass.
The designation “helium standard leak” (He Std) has become customary to
designate a situation frequently found in practice, where testing is carried
out using helium at 1 bar differential between (external) atmospheric pres-
sure and the vacuum inside a system (internal, p < 1 mbar), the designa-
tion “helium standard leak rate” has become customary. In order to indicate
the rejection rate for a test using helium under standard helium conditions it
is necessary first to convert the real conditions of use to helium standard
conditions (see Section 5.2.2). Some examples of such conversions are
shown in Figure 5.3.

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