ANCORP celebrated National Manufacturing Day today by hosting Bronson High School and Williston Middle High School for a complete tour of our facilities.
What advantage does a conical reducer offer compared to a similarly flanged straight reducer? The answer is simple: Conductance!
A little over 3 years ago, we made our television debut on the Science Channel show How Its Made. Our segment in the episode showcases our patented ball valve manufacturing process from beginning to end, including sawing, drilling, grinding, sanding and deburring, polishing, flange welding, cleaning, assembly, laser engraving, and leak testing.
33 students from the University of Florida’s STEPUP Program visited ANCORP last Friday to tour our facility and to learn more about the world of high vacuum manufacturing and engineering.
In the not-so-distant future of 2021, the planet of Mars will have a helicopter flying around on its surface. The helicopter, cleverly named the Mars Helicopter, will travel to the Red Planet in July of next year nestled inside the Mars 2020 rover, and will begin flight testing on the planet surface in February of 2021.
Electropolishing offers various advantages and drawbacks when it comes to components for vacuum systems. When deciding whether or not to electropolish your custom-fabricated vacuum component, it helps to know what EP can and cannot do for you in the context of your vacuum application.
STEM education is finally starting to improve the U.S. workforce into highly skilled and trained personnel. ANCORP fully supports these efforts in a variety of ways. Let’s take a look at how STEM is improving the quality of the U.S. workforce.
Vacuum valve design plays a huge role in the functioning of a vacuum system. Many factors need to be weighed when choosing the type of valve(s), such as…
ANCORP is pleased to announce that our Director of Engineering, Paul Sergile, was recently featured in the Florida based magazine, “The Florida High Tech Corridor” in their Faces of Technology article. In this video, Paul describes what it’s like to work as the Director of Engineering in the High and Ultra-High Vacuum (UHV) Industry.
Empowering science and technology since 1965, ANCORP is committed to excellence in everything we do. The foundation for it all is our unique culture. The 26 Fundamentals that follow describe the behaviors that define that culture. They’re what set us apart and drive our success. We call it: The ANCORP Way.