Vacuum Chamber Systems
Electropolishing & Passivation For Vacuum Chamber Systems
Vacuum chamber systems are great instruments for experimentation and powerful tools for productivity. We do electropolishing and passivation to clean vacuum chambers to a microscopic level, which increases productivity, reduces risk of loss and helps keep the value of the vacuum.
The cost of the electropolishing process to clean a stainless steel vacuum chamber outweighs the cost of buying new equipment, and potentially the risk of loss of product or a failed quality assurance inspection.
Types Of Chambers We Electropolish
- Clear Round Acrylic
- Clear Cube Acrylic
- Side Loading
- Top Loading
Benefits of the Advanced Finishing Method
- Removing burrs that are microscopic and leveling at first glance of machined parts.
- Leveling the summits and valleys which are not unusual on metal surfaces.
- Alleviating pressure on the component’s surface.
- Leaving a glowing, mirror like finish on most metal alloys. Providing a more surface that is easily sterilized.
- This kind of finishing also helps to lift an alloy component’s resistance to rust and corrosion by removing surface iron and enriching the percentage of chromium and nickel. It’s considered a greatly superior method of passivating metal surfaces to more conventional methods. The truth is, some studies imply that electropolishing may be up to 3,000% more powerful.
Common Industry Specific Vacuums Needing Cleaning
Vacuum chambers are used for many applications in many industries, below are some of the types of stainless steel chambers we
Pulp/Paper & Other
- Paper and Pulp
- Food & Sugar
- Government & Military
Water & Wastewater
- Industrial or Municipal
- Wastewater Treatment
- Potable Water Storage
- Fire Water Tanks
Oil, Gas & Chemical
- Chemical Plants
- Terminals & Storage
- Ethanol & Biodiesel
- Oil Sands & Shale
Read our post on the specifications we need to discover how much electropolishing costs and see delivery