Unveiling the Power of Conflat Flanges: 5 Key Features and Top ApplicationsTDB Machining
About Conflat Flanges
Conflat flanges, short for Conflat Vacuum Flanges, are a type of standardized flange system used in high-vacuum environments, particularly in scientific, research, and industrial applications where airtight sealing is crucial. These flanges are designed to maintain a vacuum-tight seal while connecting various components of vacuum systems, such as chambers, pipes, pumps, and measurement instruments.
Customized Conflat Flanges in Vietnam, the Best Manufacturer Of Conflat Flanges TDB Precision Vietnam
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ConFlat vacuum flanges (CF) are the ideal flange choice for ultra-high vacuum (UHV) systems. However, if a proper, tight seal is not maintained between flanges, your system will not maintain UHV pressure.
- Connection opening stream in KF or have other names such as standing face, blank face with welding hole, welding drum face, welding face cap. The product is manufactured into a microorganism server, which is an accessory foot that is not used in industry. Produced by TDB Hanoi directly at the factory with ISO, JIS, DIN, AISI standards.
Easy disassembly and quick assembly by hand without the use of KF or NW holders including two flanges, washers, rubber seals and an aluminum frame or unchanged clamp with a connecting guide wire. fast and fast connection.
Uniform pressure to connect the KF/NW flange’s 15° vacuum-cone seal allows the highest pressure to compress the rubber ring, held in place by a metal center ring, by clamp to create a foot buffer.
|Quality and Size
Plane, space, connection: SS304 Material
Clamp: aluminum aluminum or SS 304
Rubber washers: Rubber, plastic materials
Size: KF10 ~ KF160, Standard JIS: NW10 ~ NW100
Sterile sink sanitizing connector flange
Sterile sink sanitizing connector flanges are also known by other names such as vacuum-looking flanges, blank flanges with welded holes, welded drum flanges, and welded flange covers.
The product is a vacuum accessory for industrial use designed to serve the microbiology industry.
|Flange structural characteristics
KF or NW assembly includes two flanges, washers, rubber washers, and an aluminum or stainless steel clamp with a fast and fast connection.
Uniform Pressure to Act Vacuum Seal Connection – The 15° taper surface of the KF/NW flange allows uniform pressure to compress the rubber ring, which is held in place by a metal center ring and a clamp, to create a vacuum seal.
|Size and material
Material: SS304 for the flange, gap, and coupling.
Aluminum or stainless steel 304 clamp. material
Rubber washers are made of rubber and plastic.
JIS Standard: NW10 NW100 Size: KF10 KF160
5 Key features and characteristics of Conflat flanges
- Design and Seal
Conflat flanges are engineered to ensure an airtight and leak-free seal in high-vacuum conditions. They utilize a knife-edge sealing principle, where two flat, smooth surfaces are pressed together with an elastomeric O-ring in between. This design minimizes the risk of leaks and contamination in vacuum systems.
Conflat flanges are commonly made from high-quality materials that can withstand the extreme conditions of vacuum environments. Stainless steel is a frequent choice due to its durability, resistance to corrosion, and compatibility with various vacuum processes.
Conflat flanges follow a standardized design and sizing system defined by the Vacuum Products Division of the Varian Corporation (now part of Agilent Technologies). This standardization ensures compatibility between different manufacturers’ components and simplifies the integration of vacuum systems.
- Flange Types
Conflat flanges come in several types, including CF (ConFlat), CFF (ConFlat Flanged), and CFM (ConFlat Miniature) flanges. These variations cater to different sizes and specific applications within the vacuum technology field.
To assemble Conflat flanges, the two flanges are brought together, and a compressible O-ring is placed between their flat surfaces. The flanges are then tightened using bolts with special washers to ensure a uniform and secure seal.
Due to their reliable sealing properties and compatibility with high-vacuum conditions, Conflat flanges are considered essential components for constructing and maintaining vacuum systems in applications where a controlled and contaminant-free environment is crucial. Their standardized design ensures that vacuum systems can be assembled and reconfigured with precision, facilitating research, experimentation, and industrial processes in the realm of vacuum technology.
The flanges compress the gasket as the fastening bolts are tightened. This pressure forces the knife edges of the two flanges into the gasket, creating an annular groove. The gasket material cold flows under this pressure and fills microscopic surface imperfections on the sealing knife edges, creating a vacuum-tight seal capable of withstanding temperature extremes from -200°C up to 450°C and pressures as low as 1X10-13 Torr.
For more information on assembling ConFlat flanges, contact an TDB Precision Vietnam representative today.