Pfeiffer Vacuum Components & Solutions celebrates 25 years of business

October 12, 2022

Pfeiffer Vacuum Components & Solutions in Göttingen, Germany (Courtesy Pfeiffer Vacuum Technology AG)
Pfeiffer Vacuum Components & Solutions in Göttingen, Germany (Courtesy Pfeiffer Vacuum Technology AG)

Pfeiffer Vacuum Components & Solutions GmbH, based Göttingen, Germany, is celebrating its 25th anniversary by recognising its achievements to date. The vacuum technology solutions provider is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pfeiffer Vacuum Technology AG, headquartered in Asslar.

Pfeiffer Vacuum Components & Solutions states that it has one of the largest storage facilities for vacuum components in Europe. Its portfolio includes standard vacuum chambers as well as customised vacuum chambers and solutions with wide-ranging functions. The company’s site totals 12,660 m2 and operates a workforce of 140. As a whole, Pfeiffer Vacuum Technology AG employs more than 3,500 people globally throughout its ten production sites and more than twenty sales & service companies.

Pfeiffer Vacuum Components & Solutions GmbH was founded in 1997 under the name Trinos Vacuum-Systeme GmbH as a trading company for vacuum components. In 2010, Trinos Vakuum-Systeme was acquired by the Pfeiffer Vacuum Group and fully integrated. The company was renamed Pfeiffer Vacuum Components & Solutions GmbH in 2017.

Guido Hamacher, Managing Director of Pfeiffer Vacuum Components & Solutions, commented, “We are proud that our company has developed steadily over recent years and has invested in new technologies. In the past two years, in particular, we were able to attract many sizeable projects from customers in Germany and internationally. Our products are used in a range of exciting applications. These include semiconductor chip manufacture, space simulation systems, energy storage, hydrogen tanks and forensic systems for detecting fingerprints.”

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Pfeiffer Vacuum Components & Solutions in Göttingen, Germany (Courtesy Pfeiffer Vacuum Technology AG)

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