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End of this year 2019, the R22 Refrigerant Gas is being phased out of production. This phase-out will affect users with older Polycolds have the older refrigerant that Kyoto Protocol in reducing the emitting of greenhouse gases. Polycolds ending on… Continue Reading…

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  Water vapor trapping with a Polycold was a concept developed by Dale Meissner in the 1970’s as a way to speed pump down of vacuum chambers and to reduce the base pressure to enhance vacuum coating. In pumping a… Continue Reading…

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Vacuum Hardware, Mass Flow, Rotary Seals & More Saving Money on Vacuum Equipment No. 1 Bundle Vacuum Hardware Items on Projects I have found when customers have bigger projects, first equipment to get quotations on are the bigger items like… Continue Reading…

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Phase Out of R22 and Older Polycolds Why You Should Be Concerned The refrigerant commonly used in air conditioning systems until 2010, R22 Refrigerant Gas, is being phased out of production and imports in the USA starting January 1, 2020…. Continue Reading…

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Does anyone still remember the Yugo? In the 1980’s the Yugo automobile was produced in Yugoslavia and sold in the USA. Turned out it was one of the worst cars in history. Today, they have all but disappeared to the… Continue Reading…

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A few years ago, I was able to make a sale to a Plant Engineer who told me that each year he was responsible for saving the company xxx amount of money and that year my project with him checked… Continue Reading…

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The Real Cost of a Vacuum Pump Oil ChangeIn working with customers on whether they should make the change to oil-less or dry vacuum pumps, the low cost of the oil is usually a stumbling block to making the plunge… Continue Reading…

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Return on Investment- Go with New or Rebuilt?Return on Investment- Go with New or Rebuilt? Today, I was doing a return on investment (ROI) for a customer looking to purchase a new Polycold for his vacuum coating chamber.  In my… Continue Reading…

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Spare Equipment – good or bad word??  Is a SPARE a good or bad thing to have around?? Answer to this simple question is could be either. If you have a piece of equipment down, it is good but if… Continue Reading…

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Avoid the Lemon- 10 Factors to Consider in a Helium Leak DetectorAvoid Buying a Lemon – 10 important things to consider when—- -Choosing a Helium Leak Detector – Or otherwise known as what I have learned from my customers that ask… Continue Reading…

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