|293-002 Suction Diaphragm Material|
|352-001 Vacuum Sealing Weight|
|353-001 Instantaneous Infrared Thermometer|
Replace worn-out supplies or update your table with a new diaphragm, heated blankets, or a new laser-guided handheld thermometer.
Lightweight Insulation Blankets help to prevent heat loss on the tabletop during treatment.
Polyethylene Twill is used on the Heated Suction Table underneath projects to increase the airflow between the surface of the table and the underside of the object. When soiled, it should be disposed of and replaced.
Temperature can be monitored on the top of a Vacuum Hot Table either by placing Reversible Surface Temperature Sensors on key points of the table, or by using the Instantaneous Infrared Thermometer. The IIT is a hand-held thermometer that uses a laser beam to gauge temperature. It is convenient for rapid heat readings of multiple points on the table without the hassle of paper thermometers.
Vacuum Sealing Weights are 60 inch (152 cm) long, thin sandbags that weight down the edges of a vacuum without having to tape down the diaphragm.
Vacuum Diaphragm is a 6-mil thick clear vinyl material that withstands the temperatures of the Vacuum Hot Table without clouding or melting. Diaphragm material should be replaced if it is suspected that it is leaking air through holes or tears in the surface.