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  ELECTRIC VACUUM DEVICES
 
Electric vacuum devices

All-Russia Research Institute of Automatics conducts design and small-batch production for its internal usage of various types of electric vacuum devices:

  • vacuum and gas-filled neutron tubes for generating neutron flux with various pulse durations and intensities;
  • vacuum and gas-filled dischargers for commuting electric circuits with voltage ranging from hundreds volts to the dozens of kilovolts.

Electric vacuum devices are installed into VNIIA manufactured equipment that is delivered to customers.

The Institute has a complete engineering process for producing electro-vacuum devices based on the modern manufacturing equipment allowing for:
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  • metal-working;
  • manufacturing vacuum-sealed ceramic-metal and glass-metal assemblies;
  • manufacturing electric vacuum devices with the aid of chemical cleaning, thermo-vacuum treatment, vacuum deposition, thermo-diffusion, laser and electron-beam welding, etc.

Design and manufacturing of the modern electric vacuum devices is conducted by the highly qualified specialists (of more than 100 specialties): vacuum engineers, electrophysisits, production technologists, workers with the use of the most up-to-date research equipment.

For developing new electric vacuum devices, the Institute is consistently widening its collaboration with other manufacturers, institutions and private companies which are experienced in involved scientific, technical and technological fields.
 
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