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30320 results about "Vacuum pump" patented technology

A vacuum pump is a device that removes gas molecules from a sealed volume in order to leave behind a partial vacuum. The first vacuum pump was invented in 1650 by Otto von Guericke, and was preceded by the suction pump, which dates to antiquity.

Electric vacuum pump

In an electric vacuum pump, a pump housing and a lower-end cover member respectively include positioning retainers respectively formed on outer peripheries of the pump housing and the lower-end cover member. A case includes positioning retainers each protruding inward from an inner peripheral surface of the case. The positioning retainers are in contact with the positioning protrusions, thereby positioning the pump housing and the lower-end cover member with respect to the case. The positioning protrusions are formed with screw holes.
Owner:AISAN IND CO LTD

Wound treatment employing reduced pressure

A method of treating tissue damage comprises applying a negative pressure to a wound sufficient in time and magnitude to promote tissue migration and thus facilitate closure of the wound. The method is applicable to wounds, burns, infected wounds, and live tissue attachments. A wound treatment apparatus is provided in which a fluid impermeable wound cover is sealed over a wound site. A screen in the form of an open-cell foam screen or a rigid porous screen is placed beneath the wound cover over the wound. A vacuum pump supplies suction within the wound cover over the treatment site.
Owner:WAKE FOREST UNIV HEALTH SCI INC

Method and apparatus for obtaining blood for diagnostic tests

Method and apparatus for obtaining a sample of blood from a patient for subsequent diagnostic tests, e.g., glucose monitoring. In one aspect of the invention, the method comprises the steps of:
    • (a) placing a blood collection device over a region on the surface of the skin from which said sample is to be obtained,
    • (b) forming a seal between said blood collection device and said surface of the skin,
    • (c) creating a vacuum sufficient to result in said surface of the skin becoming stretched and engorged with blood,
    • (d) triggering a lancing assembly and causing a lancet to penetrate said skin,
    • (e) retracting said lancet,
    • (f) withdrawing blood toward and onto a fluid collector, and
    • (g) releasing the vacuum.
In another aspect of the invention, an apparatus for carrying out the method described previously is provided. The apparatus comprises:
    • (a) a housing having a sealable chamber located therein and a sealable opening in fluid communication with said sealable chamber,
    • (b) a power source,
    • (c) a vacuum pump operably connected to said power source, said vacuum pump in communication with said sealable chamber,
    • (d) a lancing assembly positioned within said housing, said lancing assembly capable of moving a lancet towards said sealable opening, and
    • (e) a fluid collector positioned in said sealable chamber, said fluid collector in fluid communication with said sealable opening.
Owner:ABBOTT LAB INC

Substrate processing device

Provided is a substrate-processing device capable of preventing a top lid from sagging downward by the own weight of the substrate-processing device and / or a vacuum suction force generated by a vacuum pump and / or thermal shock at high temperature process, in a chamber including a plurality of reactors. Also, provided is a rotating shaft for transferring a substrate between the plurality of reactors.
Owner:ASM IP HLDG BV

Apparatus for detecting or monitoring for a chemical precursor in a high temperature environment

An apparatus and method are disclosed for monitoring and / or detecting concentrations of a chemical precursor in a reaction chamber. The apparatus and method have an advantage of operating in a high temperature environment. An optical emissions spectrometer (OES) is coupled to a gas source, such as a solid source vessel, in order to monitor or detect an output of the chemical precursor to the reaction chamber. Alternatively, a small sample of precursor can be periodically monitored flowing into the OES and into a vacuum pump, thus bypassing the reaction chamber.
Owner:ASM IP HLDG BV

Chemical vapor deposition plasma reactor having plural ion shower grids

A plasma reactor for processing a semiconductor workpiece includes a reactor chamber and a set of plural parallel ion shower grids that divide the chamber into an upper ion generation region and a lower reactor region, each of the ion shower grids having plural orifices in mutual registration from grid to grid, each orifice being oriented in a non-parallel direction relative to a surface plane of the respective ion shower grid. A workpiece support in the process region faces the lowermost one of the ion shower grids. A reactive species source furnishes into the ion generation region a chemical vapor deposition precursor species. The reactor further includes a vacuum pump coupled to the reactor region, a plasma source power applicator for generating a plasma in the ion generation region and a grid potential source coupled to the set of ion shower grids. The orifices through at least some of the ion shower grids have an aspect ratio sufficient to limit ion trajectories in the reactor region to a narrow angular range about the non-parallel direction, and a resistance to gas flow sufficient to support a pressure drop between the ion generation and reactor regions of about at least a factor of 4. The grid potential source can be capable of applying different voltages to different ones of the grids.
Owner:APPLIED MATERIALS INC

Temperature measurement and calibration platform in space vacuum environment

ActiveCN102539019ASolve the problem of large differences in measurement resultsSolve the traceability problemThermometer testing/calibrationVacuum pumpingSpace environment
The invention relates to a temperature measurement and calibration platform in space vacuum environment. The temperature measurement and calibration platform is favorable for realizing the simultaneous calibration of contact type temperature measurement and non-contact type temperature measurement, so the temperature measurement and calibration platform is served for heat vacuum and heat balance experiments of spacecrafts such as satellites, spaceship and the like. The temperature measurement and calibration platform comprises a constant temperature bath, wherein a double-sub-cavity vacuum cavity, the double-sub-cavity vacuum cavity comprises a first vacuum cavity body and a second vacuum cavity body, the first vacuum cavity body and the second vacuum cavity body are connected with a vacuum pumping device through a three-way valve, standard temperature indicator sensors are respectively arranged on the outer wall of the first vacuum cavity body and on the outer wall of the second vacuum cavity body, the standard temperature indicator sensors are connected with a temperature secondary meter, a laser light path reflecting device is arranged in the vacuum cavity of the first vacuum cavity body for calibrating a non-contact type temperature measuring system based on the tunable diode laser absorption spectrum technology, and the vacuum cavity of the second vacuum cavity body is used for accommodating a temperature sensor for calibrating a contact type temperature measuring system adopting the temperature sensor.
Owner:BEIJING DONGFANG MEASUREMENT & TEST INST

Reduced pressure treatment system having a dual porosity pad

InactiveUS20070219513A1Inhibit tissue growthPlastersMedical devicesPorosityBiocompatibility Testing
A wound closure apparatus having a porous pad adapted to be fluidly connected to a vacuum pump. The pad is placed over or within a tissue site, and the vacuum pump may be activated to draw air and exudates from the tissue site. The pad contains multiple pore sizes to prevent granulation tissue from migrating into the pad as reduced pressure treatment is applied. The pad has an outer surface adjacent the wound with pore sizes of a diameter of approximately 100 microns or less to prevent tissue from growing into the pad and is treated for biocompatibility.
Owner:KCI LICENSING INC

Wound treatment employing reduced pressure

A method of treating tissue damage comprises applying a negative pressure to a wound sufficient in time and magnitude to promote tissue migration and thus facilitate closure of the wound. The method is applicable to wounds, burns, infected wounds, and live tissue attachments. A wound treatment apparatus is provided in which a fluid impermeable wound cover is sealed over a wound site. A screen in the form of an open-cell foam screen or a rigid porous screen is placed beneath the wound cover over the wound. A vacuum pump supplies suction within the wound cover over the treatment site.
Owner:ARGENTA LOUIS C +1

High-current DC proton accelerator

A dc accelerator system able to accelerate high currents of proton beams at high energies is provided. The accelerator system includes a dc high-voltage, high-current power supply, an evacuated ion accelerating tube, a proton ion source, a dipole analyzing magnet and a vacuum pump located in the high-voltage terminal. The high-current, high-energy dc proton beam can be directed to a number of targets depending on the applications such as boron neutron capture therapy BNCT applications, NRA applications, and silicon cleaving.
Owner:ION BEAM APPL
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