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Atlas ISO Pyrex® Window
With Aluminum Bezel and Centering Ring
Atlas ISO Pyrex Windows are designed to be added to ISO ports on your chamber. The ISO-AL flanges are beveled and counter-bored to receive a metal IVAS Centering Ring with an elastomeric o-ring. The IVAS centering ring and ISO-AL flange hold the ISO Pyrex Window in place.
The Atlas ISO-AL flange is used for HV chamber viewports and is available in two distinct styles: ISO-01 which uses claw-clamp fasteners, and ISO-03 which uses nut and bolt fasteners.
If your chamber has claw style ISO-01 flanges, use bolt style ISO Pyrex Window ISO-[size]-03.
If your chamber has bolt style ISO-03 flanges, you can choose to use either bolt style ISO-[size]-03 or claw-clamp style ISO-[size]-01.
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