First Nanoparticle Vacuum Deposition Tool Shipped

At Moorfield, we are constantly developing the capabilities of our research tools. This month saw the first installation of a MiniLab tool equipped with a nanoparticle vacuum deposition source.
MiniLab 125 Nanoparticle Vacuum Deposition Tool
A MiniLab 125 tool equipped with nanoparticle vacuum deposition (supported on the left side of the process chamber) and magnetron sputtering sources.

Together with Picovac, our local agent, the tool was shipped to the group of Professor Christian Mitterer at Montanuniversität Leoben in Austria.

Nanoparticle vacuum deposition source under final test.

The system was based on our MiniLab 125 platform and was fitted with a nanoparticle vacuum deposition source (supplied by Nikalyte) and magnetron sputtering sources for deposition of a wide range of materials including nanoparticles of up to 3 materials with controlled and characterised sizes in the range 1–20 nm.

A photograph of the tool being installed at Montanuniversität Leoben in Austria.

Contact us today for more information on this technique, which has cutting-edge applications in nanomedicine, photonics, catalysis, sensors and more.

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