questions about vacume tech

Every fusor and fusion system seems to need a vacuum. This area is for detailed discussion of vacuum systems, materials, gauging, etc. related to fusor or fusion research.
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seamus sullivan
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questions about vacume tech

Post by seamus sullivan » Thu Nov 21, 2019 6:27 pm

for a demo fusor do i need to buy a vacume chamber, or should i just use a vacume pump to sustain a vacume in a sealed container.
this is for ma demofusor, meaning i won't put duterium into this one. for duterium amature fusion, i know i should use a vacume chamber, but what aout demo.

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Re: questions about vacume tech

Post by Richard Hull » Thu Nov 21, 2019 7:16 pm

The FAQs contain full information on making a demo fusor chamber or vessel. Their have been many forms used in the past. Check out the Images du jour forum.

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Re: questions about vacume tech

Post by ian_krase » Sat Nov 23, 2019 5:16 am

But that's exactly what a vacuum chamber is: a sealed container in which a vacuum is pulled using a vacuum pump.

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