High-performance metals, organic evaporation in compact packages for benchtop location. Superior, efficient performance and ideal for OLED, OPV and OFET research.
The latest model in Moorfield’s nanoPVD range, model T15A can be equipped with low-temperature evaporation (LTE) and standard resistive evaporation sources for deposition of organics and metals, respectively.
LTE sources are low thermal-mass for better control when evaporating volatile organic materials, while metals sources are our box-shielded TE1 models for efficient deposition and reduced cross-contamination.
Chamber access is via a hinged lid, that opens to reveal a stage suitable for holding substrates up to 4″ diameter. The chamber is tall, allowing for high-uniformity coating via evaporative techniques.
The units are easy to control via a touchscreen HMI interface, simple to maintain, have low running costs and come with a comprehensive range of safety features.
With a turbomolecular pumping system, high-vacuum base pressures, straightforward automated control via a touchscreen HMI and a range of options for flexible configuration, the nanoPVD-T15A is a versatile, efficient solution for world-class R&D applications.
All nanoPVD-T15A systems require chilled water, dry compressed air, nitrogen for venting (optional) and electrical power.
Exact requirements will be provided with quotations or on request.
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