Vacuum Feedthrough

A vacuum feedthrough is a specialized component used in vacuum systems to allow the passage of objects or signals into and out of the vacuum chamber while maintaining the vacuum seal. These feedthroughs are crucial in various applications where processes need to be conducted in a vacuum environment, such as in scientific research, semiconductor manufacturing, and aerospace technology.
Vacuum feedthroughs are designed to withstand the harsh conditions of a vacuum environment, including high vacuum levels, temperature variations, and exposure to reactive gases or chemicals. They are often made from materials such as stainless steel, ceramics, or specialized vacuum-compatible plastics to ensure durability and reliability.