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Claudio Boffito, Aldo Barosi, Alessandro Figini: Non-evaporable ternary gettering alloy and method of use for the sorption of water, water vapor and other gases. SAES Getters S p A, David R Murphy, January 26, 1982: US04312669 (90 worldwide citation)

A non-evaporable getter alloy is provided which can be used in a process for the sorption of gas from a closed vessel comprising the step of:


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Claudio Boffito, Alessio Corazza, Stefano Tominetti: Nonevaporable getter alloys. SAES Getters S p A, Hickman Stephens & Coleman, October 5, 1999: US05961750 (34 worldwide citation)

Nonevaporable getter alloys containing Zr, Co, and a third component A selected from the rare each metals and mixtures thereof, e.g., mischmetal. A most preferred alloy contains about 80.8 wt % Zr, about 14.2 wt % Co, and about 5 wt % A. These alloys are advantageous because they are suitable for ge ...


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Andrea Conte, Francesco Mazza: Getter system for purifying the confinement volume in process chambers. SAES Getters S p A, Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly, October 9, 2001: US06299746 (33 worldwide citation)

A getter system for purifying the gaseous atmosphere within a confinement volume of a process chamber is disclosed. In a process chamber provided with at least one screen that defines a confinement volume, the getter system includes at least one substantially planar getter device disposed within the ...


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Claudio Boffito, Bruno Ferrario: Device and process for the removal of hydrogen from a vacuum enclosure at cryogenic temperatures and especially high energy particle accelerators. SAES Getters S p A, David R Murphy, November 22, 1994: US05365742 (33 worldwide citation)

A device for the removal of hydrogen from a vacuum enclosure at cryogenic temperatures, especially high energy particle accelerators which comprises a metal support preferably in the form of a strip of aluminium and a composition able to sorb hydrogen adherent to the support in particular on at leas ...


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Claudio Boffito, Antonio Schiabel, Allessandro Gallitognotta: Thermally insulating jacket and related process. SAES Getters S p A, Quaintance & Murphy, April 25, 1995: US05408832 (28 worldwide citation)

Improved process for evacuating the thermally insulating jacket of a dewar having an inner wall and an outer wall, with the inner space between said walls completely or partially filled with an insulating material, containing also a moisture sorbing material and a getter material, in which said mois ...


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Marco Amiotti: Support for microelectronic, microoptoelectronic or micromechanical devices. SAES Getters S p A, Perkins Coie, Paul L Hickman, May 24, 2005: US06897551 (28 worldwide citation)

The specification teaches a device for use in the manufacturing of microelectronic, microoptoelectronic or micromechanical devices (microdevices) in which a contaminant absorption layer improves the life and operation of the microdevice. In a preferred embodiment the invention includes a mechanical ...


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Alessandro Figini: Method for the production of non-evaporable ternary gettering alloys. SAES Getters S p A, David R Murphy, May 26, 1981: US04269624 (23 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a method for the production of non-evaporable ternary gettering alloys of the type Zr-M.sub.1 -M.sub.2 in which M.sub.1 is a metal chosen from the group comprising vanadium and niobium, and in which M.sub.2 is a metal chosen from the group comprising iron and nickel.


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Paolo Manini, Fortunato Belloni: Device for maintaining a vacuum in a thermally insulating jacket and method of making such device. SAES Getters S p A, Hickman Beyer & Weaver, August 13, 1996: US05544490 (22 worldwide citation)

A device for maintaining a vacuum in a thermally insulating jacket is described. The device comprises a container formed of a gas-tight material, preferably aluminum, which has an opening to the atmosphere. Inside the container is a first pellet comprising a powder of a Ba--Li alloy getter material. ...


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Aldo Barosi, Claudio Boffito: Non-evaporable ternary gettering alloy, particularly for the sorption of water and water vapor in nuclear reactor fuel elements. SAES Getters S p A, David R Murphy, March 13, 1990: US04907948 (21 worldwide citation)

The scope of the present invention is the provision of a non-evaporable gettering ternary alloy particularly for the sorption of water and water vapor in nuclear reactor fuel elements.


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Andrea Conte: Getter pump with high gas sorption velocity. SAES Getters S p A, Hickman Stephens Coleman & Hughes, November 21, 2000: US06149392 (20 worldwide citation)

A getter pump with high gas sorption velocity includes a cylindrical housing that has an open end and a closed end and defines a chamber with a central axis. Three to eight getter structures are disposed within the chamber. The getter structures are symmetrically arranged around the central axis of ...



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