A continuous-purge pulsed valve suitable for high-temperature applications

Senkan, Selim M.; Deskin, Scott C.
November 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Nov97, Vol. 68 Issue 11, p4286
Academic Journal
Focuses on a continuous-purge pulsed valve designed to introduce supersonic jet samples into a vacuum chamber. Valve design separating the heated sampling and transferlines from the solenoid coils with a long metal valve stem; Stable gas pulse widths; Use of a small Teflon poppet instead of the metal plunger.


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