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A vacuum gauge is a gauge designed to measure the degree of vacuum in an evacuated vessel. A simple U-tube containing mercury is adequate for low vacua, but for high vacua other methods must be employed.
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Edwards Ltd. - Crawley, England
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Hiden Analytical Ltd. - Warrington, England
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LACO Technologies, Vacuum Applications Div. - Salt Lake City, UT
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Moores Glassworks, Ltd. - Walton on Thames, England
Myers Vacuum Repair Services - Kittanning, PA
Norm Electronics Ltd. - Athens, Greece
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Pfeiffer Vacuum, Inc. - Hingham, MA
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Scientific Instrument Services, Inc. - Ringoes, NJ
Sensor Products Inc. - Madison, NJ
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Thermionics Laboratories, Inc. - Hayward, CA
Vacuum Research Corp. - Pittsburgh, PA
A gauge designed to measure the degree of vacuum in an evacuated vessel. A simple U-tube containing mercury is adequate for low vacua, but for high vacua other methods must be employed. See McLeod gauge; Pirani gauge.
A vacuum gauge designed to measure very high degrees of vacuum by thermal conduction.
A gauge designed to measure high degrees of vacuum. It consists of a glass bulb attached to the vacuum vessel, the measurement being made by filling the bulb with mercury and observing the volume of the remaining gas in a capillary tube.
degree of vacuum
measuring degrees of vacuum
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