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Ceramic breaks are an assembly used in vacuum when componenets need to be connected mechanically and maintain vacuum integrity, but must be isolated electrically. They are typically comprised of a cylinrical ceramic with the desired inside diameter furnace brazed using ceramic to metal technology to a metalic sleeve. These sleeves or tube ends can the be brazed or welded to vacuum flanges with them will connect to the vacuum system. For more information on ceramic breaks go to:

Category: Feedthroughs

Sub-Category: Electrical Feedthroughs

Related Topics: ceramic break system, ceramic break vacuum, ceramic breaks

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