Low temperature evaporation

In low temperature evaporation (LTE), resistive heating is used to evaporate materials held in a crucible.

LTE is suitable for materials with low evaporation temperatures of <600 °C, including organics (for OLED, OPV and OFET applications). Moorfield offers a range of solutions for LTE, including our MiniLab systems and our bench top nanoPVD-T15A system.

Moorfield systems for Low temperature evaporation:

MiniLab 080

MiniLab

The MiniLab range from Moorfield: Flexible, modular PVD systems for high-quality R&D and pilot-scale production.

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nanoPVD-T15A

nanoPVD-T15A

High-performance metals, organic evaporation in compact packages for benchtop location. Superior, efficient performance and ideal for OLED, OPV and OFET research.

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Confocal magnetron sputtering

Confocal magnetron sputtering

Confocal magnetron sputtering is now routinely employed for the production of excellent uniformity, multi-layer films by magnetron sputtering. This application note describes the technology, and explains the principles behind it.

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