The Institute for Solar Energy Research in Hamelin (ISFH), Germany, recently added a Kurt J. Lesker Company NANO 36 evaporation tool to their Perovskite PV research lab. The glovebox integrated deposition system is equipped with two thermal evaporation sources for the deposition of electrical contacts and a corresponding adhesive layer.
To protect the samples from excess heat the system is equipped with a fluid-cooled substrate platen. The variable source-to-substrate distance adds further flexibility to material utilization for different size substrates. This is another great project and at Kurt J. Lesker Company we are excited to be involved with this and are looking forward to hearing more about it.
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