Epoxy-based hermetic feedthroughs have worked well in cryogenic systems for years. But the design modifications needed to operate in these extremely cold temperatures increased the size of the feedthrough and limited your mounting options. We recently eliminated these issues with an entirely new approach to cryogenic feedthrough design.
Intended for use in space simulation, laboratory and liquefied natural gas systems (LNG), our new cryogenic feedthroughs do away with a bulky compression system found on previous designs. Our new design also supports all the common feedthrough mounting styles—including threaded, welded, bolted or vacuum conflat.
In our new white paper, we’ll take a closer look at this cryogenic feedthrough technology and some design strategies such as:
- Overcoming coefficient of thermal expansion issues.
- Finite element analysis (FEA) simulations to optimize the design of the epoxy-metal interface.
- True hermetic performance in challenging conditions.
- Easy implementation in a variety of cryogenic systems.