Applied Energy Systems (AES), provider of high and ultra-high purity gas systems, services and solutions, is showcasing the modular, space saving design of its VERSA-GASTM vSourceTM rack mount systems for the safe delivery of non-hazardous process or purge gases.

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The VERSA-GAS vSource rack mount system

Applications using industrial or specialty gases require source systems to support their high-purity processes and purge routines, and AES’ rack mounted systems provide a flexible alternative to statically placed wall mounted source equipment.

The modular design of AES’ vSource rack mount systems further adds to their versatility, with the systems available in manual, semi-automatic, or fully automatic configurations to support high or low-pressure applications.

Additional features includean 11 gauge steel mounting rack to enable free-standing installation and panel mobility; ultra-high purity 316L SS components orbitally welded in a Class 100 cleanroom; tied diaphragm pressure regulators to enhance safety through improved shutoff and increased purging performance by eliminating entrapment; VCR metal gasket face seal fittings for metal-to-metal, leak-tight connections; a SEMI S2 certified design and helium leak testing system validation to 1.0 x 10-9 atm-cm3/sec and front-mounted components to facilitate ease of maintenance.

Jim Murphy, General Manager of Applied Energy Systems said, “We understand that gas source system flexibility is something our customers need, but can’t always find from typical equipment providers.”

He continued, “Our vSource rack mount systems are a perfect example of how we prioritise versatility in our product engineering, so that our equipment can meet the diverse process or purge gas delivery needs of users in the lab, the fab, industrial or high-tech facilities. Whether they are supporting low or high-pressure applications, need a manual or fully automatic design, want to save valuable wall space, or need to relocate panels as required, we can deliver the vSource rack to meet their demands.”