QUALITY VENTED SCREWS FOR HV AND UHV VACUUM ENVIRONMENTS
The world leader in high vacuum hardware since 1974 presents the ultimate vented screws for your HV, UHV, EUV, and other clean-critical applications.
UC Components’ RediVac® Vented Screws are engineered for:
All of our products are designed specifically for High Vacuum (HV), Ultra-High Vacuum (UHV), Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography (EUV), and other clean-critical applications.
REDIVAC® MEANS READY FOR VACUUM SERVICE, NOW!
Directly from our cleanroom to yours, our RediVac® system guarantees that your fasteners and seals arrive ready to install in your HV, UHV, or EUV system immediately.
Our proprietary RediVac® process reduces surface particulates and other contamination by utilizing:
… all done within a certified Class ISO Class 5 Cleanroom.
Our vented screws, nuts, and washers are specially designed to help eliminate virtual leaks, improve pump-down times, and enhance the performance of high vacuum and ultra high vacuum systems, helping you run your applications faster and leaner.
RediVac® vented screws by UC Components, Inc. are built with a vent (either slot vented or center vented) which allows air and other contaminants, which are trapped in the chamber, to escape during initial pump-down, improving the vacuum system’s performance.
All of our RediVac® components are designed to help eliminate virtual leaks, improve pump-down times, and enhance the performance of High Vacuum and Ultra-High Vacuum systems. Our RediVac® fastener lines are manufactured from a variety of vacuum-compatible materials and are available in a wide range of Inch and metric sizes to meet your needs.
UC Components, Inc. manufactures its RediVac® vented screws in two vent design options:
UC Components, Inc. is the premier manufacturer of vented screws and fasteners for High Vacuum and Ultra High Vacuum equipment and other clean-critical applications. Our RediVac® screws are designed to provide complete evacuation of trapped volumes of air during pump-down and eliminate “virtual leaks.”