At McVac Manufacturing, we strive to produce quality products which support the vacuum coating industries. We listen to the needs and concerns of our customers and have designed our thin film crystal sensors and related feedthroughs accordingly. We are especially proud of our ability to vary the design of our standard products to fit any special requirement our customers may have.
Our thin film crystal sensors are compatible with most of the monitors and controllers on the market today. Here at McVac, our entire production process is done in-house. From CNC machining to TIG welding to helium mass spectrometer leak detection, we monitor and control each step of assembly to ensure quality and performance. We are confident that our products will fulfill your every need in a high quality and cost efficient manor. Let McVac take care of all your vacuum hardware needs.
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