Vacuum systems are widely used in the semiconductor field, including single crystal furnaces in the production of semiconductor large silicon wafers, lithography machines, etching machines, thin film deposition equipment, ion implantation machines, and molding equipment in the sealing and testing process.
Vacuum coating technology is an important branch of vacuum application technology, which has been widely applied in fields such as optics, electronics, energy development, physical and chemical instruments, construction machinery, packaging, civil products, surface science, and scientific research.
Vacuum systems also have important applications in precision machining, such as vacuum sawing, vacuum welding, etc. In a vacuum environment, the excellent properties of many materials can be maintained or even improved.
Vacuum systems can be used in various chemical reactions and processes, providing an environment that can be processed in low-pressure or vacuum environments, making certain specific chemical processes possible and helping to improve product purity, quality, and production efficiency.
The vacuum metallurgy of metals and their alloys in vacuum has a wide range of processes, including vacuum distillation, vacuum separation of ores and their semi-finished products, vacuum reduction of metal compounds, vacuum degassing and refining of molten steel outside the furnace, metal vacuum melting, vacuum sintering, vacuum heat treatment, vacuum brazing, and vacuum solid bonding.
Vacuum systems are widely used in the biopharmaceutical industry, utilizing vacuum for drying (tray, rotary, drum, cone, and freeze dryer), regeneration/reactor drying, distillation, degassing, crystallization/evaporation, filling, and/or material transfer. These technologies play a huge role in the production process of drugs.
In scientific research, some experiments that require exploring the properties of matter and detecting celestial bodies require a high vacuum environment. High vacuum conditions can significantly improve the accuracy and effectiveness of experiments, which is of great help to scientific research.
Vacuum plays a huge role in the process of pulsed laser deposition, as it can improve material performance, increase material purity, improve the accuracy and consistency of laser deposition, and reduce pollution and defects. Therefore, in laser deposition, the application of vacuum can not only improve the quality and performance of the workpiece, but also expand its application range and meet more manufacturing needs.
Vacuum systems can accelerate the motion of ion beams: in some accelerators, nuclear fusion devices, and plasma physics experiments, it is necessary to perform in a vacuum environment to ensure the motion of ion beams and the interaction between particles.