Vacuum Electrode Seal

A vacuum electrode seal refers to a mechanism or structure used to maintain a hermetic seal in a vacuum system where electrical connections are required. In vacuum systems, maintaining a proper seal is crucial to prevent air or other gases from entering the system, which could compromise its functionality or contaminate the environment.
The vacuum electrode seal typically consists of materials that can withstand the conditions within the vacuum system and provide a reliable electrical connection. These materials are often selected for their ability to maintain their properties under vacuum conditions, such as certain metals or ceramics.