ANCORP offers electrical vacuum feedthroughs, fluid feedthroughs, rotary motion feedthroughs,and transition feedthroughs for high and ultra high vacuum applications.
The ANCORP electrical feedthrough line is used to transfer low voltage (50 volts max.), high current electrical power into a vacuum atmosphere. These feedthroughs feature one-piece construction, eliminating any possible leakage through weld joints. Electrical feedthroughs are constructed of oxygen-free copper (OFC) and brass. Insulators are Teflon for strength and durability. A high current (1000 amp), water-cooled units are also available.
Fluid and gas feedthroughs transmit fluids, cryogenic cooling agents or gasses into high and ultra-high vacuum chambers. Fluid feedthroughs are available with multiple tube designs and multiple flange connection options (VCR®, VCO, Swagelok®, tube end, custom).Swagelok® and VCR® are registered trademarks of Swagelok Company of Solon, Ohio.
Rotary Motion Feedthroughs
Rotary motion feedthroughs are available in two designs: elastomer sealed rotary feedthroughs and ferro-sealed feedthroughs. The elastomer sealed feedthrough utilizes a back-to-back double o-ring seal. The ferro-sealed rotary feedthrough uses Rigaku SuperSeal™ ferrofluid o-ring technology to provide a reliable vacuum seal as well as high RPM and high torque capacity -all at a price unmatched for its features. In addition, Ferro-sealed rotary feedthroughs are available in multiple flange connection designs.
Transition feedthroughs serve many useful purposes. Attach a vacuum measurement device, add a gas backfill line, mount metal or glass tubing, connect your bulkhead port to an ISO-QF or CF flange, or close an unused bulkhead port with a blank-off feedthrough.
IES Technical Sales is the technical applications and support liaison for ANCORP in New England, New York and, Quebec. Our role is to provide high quality, cost-effective solutions that help our customers succeed.