Vacuum Chamber FAQs

With more than 100 years’ experience in precision fabrication, coupled with cutting-edge manufacturing technology within an ISO 9001:2015 certified facility, Keller has the competence to manufacture your most complex vacuum chambers and components.

We use the latest technology in five-axis CNC machining and robotic welding to produce large format precision machined parts in a cost-effective way. For more information, please see our Facilities Highlights brochure.

At Keller, we specialize in manufacturing vacuum chambers in a variety of complex and unique geometries. However, we also regularly produce cube, rectangular prism, cylinder vacuum chambers.

Our vacuum chambers are available in aluminum, stainless steel and steel (subsequently plated) that are used in semiconductor manufacturing and testing, particle accelerator, deposition, and many other research and manufacturing applications.

Depending on your needs, we offer a variety of vacuum chamber finishes, including bead blasting, hand polishing and a variety of plating.

Learn more how these vacuum chamber materials can impact your project.

All vacuum chambers are tested prior to shipment. In addition to in-process quality control and dimensional verification, we perform Residual Gas Analysis (RGA) and Helium Leak testing.

Learn more about the rigorous testing done before our OEM vacuum chambers are sent to our customers.

Keller has invested in state-of-the-art 5-axis CNC machinery. We are equipped to handle high-capacity orders, down to a single, custom chamber. When your needs change, our output can easily adapt.

Each of our vacuum chambers are manufactured in-house at our U.S. manufacturing facilities.

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We want to hear more about your project. Whether you are manufacturing semiconductor equipment, research, PV tools or particle accelerator components, together we can manufacture the future.

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Wondering how to specify and build custom and precision fabrications?

Whether you’re looking to flesh out a basic idea or you already have a fully-fledged design, you’ll need to put together a documentation package to request a quote. Learn how with our helpful guide.