Custom Vacuum Chambers Built in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Scientific Vacuum Sales & Support, Inc. in Albuquerque, NM carries everything laboratories need to build, maintain and repair vacuum systems.

Scientific Vacuum Sales & Support, Inc. exists to support the scientific community. One way we do that is by providing custom-built vacuum chambers that meet your unique needs.

The Custom Chamber Build Process

Getting a vacuum chamber custom-built for your application is easy. The first step is simply to contact us. You will speak to a knowledgeable technician with more than a decade of experience in the industry. Once we understand your needs:

  • We generate drawings of a custom vacuum chamber that meets your specifications
  • You review the drawings, making any modifications necessary

We repeat these steps as many times as needed until you are completely satisfied with the plans.

Once we have approved drawings, we get to work building your custom aluminum or stainless steel vacuum chamber.

Factors Affecting Custom Vacuum Chamber Build-out

Building a custom vacuum chamber can take anywhere from a couple hours to many months. Some factors affecting the timeline include:

  • The size of the chamber
  • Number and angle of ports
  • Pressure capacity
  • Thermal cycling

Once we finalize drawings of your custom vacuum chamber, we can provide a timeline for build-out completion.

Getting the Right Chamber for Your Application

Custom vacuum chambers may be one option to get the chamber you need for your application. However, sometimes it may be more cost-effective and/or faster to modify a manufacturer’s standard chamber. The technicians at Scientific Vacuum Sales & Support, Inc. can help you determine which option is better for you. Please contact us when planning your project for a free consultation to help you find or build the vacuum system that meets your needs.

Call Scientific Vacuum Sales & Support, Inc. at (505) 345-9680 for custom vacuum chamber builds or standard chamber modifications.

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