In microelectronics, solar technology, surface coating and metallurgy, many of the production processes take place under vacuum conditions. In order to manage these processes in a safe manner, knowledge about the basics and principles of vacuum creation and measurement are required. For many surface analysis methods and in the elementary particle research, vacuum is a prerequisite.

We offer tailored seminars for technicians as well as commercial employees dealing the basics of vacuum.

  • B1 Fundamentals of Vacuum Technology

    Code: B1.1 to B1.4

    Target group: Users of vacuum technology

    Seminar goal: The purpose of this seminar is to provide you with the basics and principles of vacuum technology to help you understand the processes in your vacuum system in a qualitative and quantitative way.

    Topics:

    • Physical and vacuum technology
       - Definitions, units, calculations
       - Vapor, vapor pressure, desorption
       - Flow types, pump down times, conductances
    • Design and operation principle of vacuum pumps:
      - Fore vacuum pumps: rotary vane pumps, roots pumps (Roots blowers),scroll and screw pump
      - High vacuum pumps: Turbo molecular pumps, oil diffusion and cryopumps
      - Pump systems
    • Connection elements in vacuum technology
    • Introduction in total pressure measurement for the pressure range 1000 to 10-12 mbar
    • Leak detection 
      - leak detection methods and practical examples

    The seminar presents theory and experiment by means of practical experiments, cutting models, videos and operational pumps and components.

    Previous knowledge: Technical understanding

    Duration: 3 days

    Beginning – Ending:
    Seminar starts on the 1st day at 9 am
    Seminar day ends at 5 pm latest

    Headed by: Accredited Trainer of Vacuum Technique Service Academy
     

    Location: Vacuum Technique Service Academy, Leybold Cologne, Germany

    Number of participants: 5 - 16

    Language: German (English on request)

    Registration deadline: 2 weeks prior to the beginning of the course