Annuaire des produits


The A204H pump line belongs to the company's new Series 4 generation of dry primary pumps developed for the most demanding applications. The new line integrates several innovations intended to boost the product's overall lifespan: - New materials selected for their capacity to withstand corrosion - An extended operating temperature range that limits the amount of sediment, reducing wear and tear on the pump - A new monitoring system with features like support for new sensors, operating logs, new alert/alarm algorithms, and an energy-saving mode The company's Series 4 meets the most stringent etching and CVD specifications, making it suitable for semiconductor, flat-panel display, and LED applications.

L'histoire du produit

Adixen Vacuum Products has been manufacturing multi-stage roots pumps since 1992. These dry primary pumps earned Adixen a position on the semiconductor, flat-panel display, LED, and solar markets. The low-pressure processes used in these industries produce gases that are compressed by the pump, transforming them into solids (sediment) that cause both corrosion and wear on the pump's mechanical parts, shortening the pump's lifespan. One of the goals of the Minalogic Textuled2 project (November 2011-April 2014) was to find a solution to this problem. Specifically, project partner Corial uses sapphire etching equipment to manufacture its high-brightness LEDs, and the process creates byproducts that, over time, are detrimental to the equipment's Adixen primary pumps. The Textuled2 project covered the engineering and development work that ultimately resulted in new technology capable of limiting the formation of these harmful byproducts and improving how the etching equipment and pump work in tandem (through machine-to-machine communication). Adixen's 204H pump, which leverages these new developments, will replace previous generations of multi-stage roots pumps for the LED and other markets where processes are becoming increasingly damaging due to higher volumes and new materials. The pumps also meet customers' demand for integrated, communicating solutions.
Investissement 1.1 million euros under the project
Délai de mise sur le marché 12 months hardware and software & 12 months testing and validation Total 24 months

La société : Pfeiffer Vacuum SAS

Previously Alcatel Vacuum Technology, Pfeiffer Vacuum SAS, a subsidiary of the German Group Pfeiffer Vacuum Technology AG, R&D, Production and Service division for products belonging to the “Adixen “ and "Pfeiffer Vacuum" brands.

Pfeiffer Vacuum SA offers excellence in manufacturing, based on high-technology products. The company is committed to sustainable and responsible development.

Since 2011, Pfeiffer Vacuum SA has been a French subsidiary of the Pfeiffer Vacuum Technology AG Group, which is headquartered in Asslar, Germany. The group's primary activity is to offer solutions based on vacuum technology for a broad range of applications, including the semi-conductor, analytic instrument, coating and R&D markets, as well as a variety of general manufacturing sectors.

Located in the heart of the Alps, the Annecy site is home to the Research and Development, Production and Service divisions for all products sold under the Adixen and Pfeiffer Vacuum brands.

The primary products include:
- Ranges of maglev pumps
- Dry pumps
- High-volume pumps
- Primary pumps
- Helium leak detectors
- Solutions for managing molecular contamination (metrology and procedures)

Year founded 1952
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