How To Use Vacuum Oven for Best Results

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Across various industries, vacuum purging is used to remove volatile substances/chemicals from the test item at low temperatures first before heating. Under vacuum, butane, propane, and other solvents convert into a gaseous form and evaporate, also known as “outgassing.” Vacuum purging works by lowering the atmospheric pressure in a vacuum oven chamber. Atmospheric pressure prevents “outgassing” from the surface area of the test specimen.

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