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According to the dictionary, vacuum is a space completely empty of substance. Yet, in engineering, vacuum is employed for a number of tasks. So, how can nothing be utilised to do something? Well, without pressure it wouldn't work.
In this white paper, we explain the concept of vacuum: the atmospheric pressure influence, the theory and history of vacuum pumps, measuring units, areas of application etc.