Sputtering Magnetrons & Targets from Moorfield

Moorfield Magnetron
Moorfield MAGNETRON inside a MiniLab 090
Targets

As well as complete sputtering systems, Moorfield sell a range of deposition components and consumables including magnetron sources and targets.

Sputtering Magnetrons

Moorfield MAGNETRON inside a MiniLab 090

Moorfield sputtering magnetrons are available in industry-standard sizes (2, 3, and 4 inch) and accept target thicknesses from 1/16″ to 1/4″. All magnetrons are designed for easy target replacement and maintenance and are available with or without Moorfield’s FlexiHead mounting, which allows for variable head angles and in-chamber height adjustment – ideal for confocal magnetron sputtering. All sources are water-cooled and suitable for accepting RF, DC, or pulsed DC power. Tube stubs for 1″ bolt baseplate feedthroughs are standard, but there are numerous alternative mounting options. We can also supply flange-mounted solutions. Custom designs are always considered—please contact us to discuss your requirement.

Targets

Moorfield now supply a huge range of target materials to suit every process covering metals (including precious types such as gold, platinum, palladium and silver), dielectrics, transparent conductive oxides, etc. All targets are available in a variety of certified grades to suit every budget and can be supplied with or without backing plates (metallic or elastomer bonding). With a long history of systems and process engineering, Moorfield are uniquely placed to offer help and advice when sourcing consumables. Specialist requirements are always welcome.

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