The Soviet Journal of Atomic Energy

, Volume 7, Issue 2, pp 626–629 | Cite as

Hydrogen condensation pump with built-in liquefier

  • E. S. Borovik
  • B. G. Lazarev
  • I. F. Mikhailov


A hydrogen pump with a capacity of 3.7.104 liters/sec and a built-in liquefier is described. The pump produces a limiting vacuum of the order of 10−8–10−9 mm Hg. The total required power (including the power used in obtaining the liquid hydrogen) is 17 kw, which is less than the power required for an oil-diffusion pump of the same capacity.


Hydrogen Liquid Hydrogen Condensation Pump Hydrogen Pump Hydrogen Condensation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • E. S. Borovik
  • B. G. Lazarev
  • I. F. Mikhailov

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