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The recommended set-up for absolute gas pressures is presented in Figure 2. The principle of pressure generation is the same as for the relative gas pressures, however, it is important to add a vacuum pump A upstream from the inlet valve, so that pressures below the atmospheric pressure can be generated, and a vacuum pump B (if necessary) for the reference pressure and an instrument to measure the reference pressure (if necessary). In order to ensure the cleanliness of the pipes, the vacuum pumps must be equipped with suitable accessories (such as traps and venting valves). In the case of absolute pressures greater than atmospheric pressure, it is acceptable to use reference equipment for relative pressures and to measure the atmospheric pressure with the aid of a barometer.
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