Production of NEG layers via an electric arc

NEG layers <i>(non-evaporating getter)</i> are able to remove the majority of gases from a high vacuum device at room temperature. In doing so, they also capture the gases released from the carrier material. After being activated, the NEG film is a clean metal surface which facilitates a high pumping speed and lower level of outgassing. Up to now, its usage has been limited due the time-consuming and complex method used for its production.

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