Monday, December 13, 2010

Vacuum Pumps are optimized for performance/footprint density

From ThomasNet: Edwards, a leading global supplier of vacuum and abatement equipment and services, today expanded its iXA family of magnetically-levitated turbomolecular pumps with the introduction of the STP-iXA2206 and STP-iXA3306 pumps. Developed for solar, glass coating, semiconductor and LCD etch applications, the iXA2206/iXA3306 pumps deliver best-in-class performance superior to that offered by earlier iXA family pumps.

"The new STP-iXA2206/iXA3306 are fully-integrated vacuum pumps that are easy to install and offer a small footprint as an all-in-one solution for all application tools," said Masahide Tanaka, senior product manager, TMP Business Division, Edwards Japan, Ltd. "The integration of the onboard controller eliminates the need for control unit rack mounting and a connection cable between the pump and the control unit, saving installation time, space and cost. Its compact design and size compatibility with previous models simplifies upgrades from existing pumps."

To read the full release please click on the link below:
Edwards Expands iXA Vacuum Pump Family with the Introduction of the STP-iXA2206 and iXA3306

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