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Polymer & Solution Processed Perovskites

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Kurt J Lesker understands that not all Perovskite research is conducted with dual-source vacuum evaporation and there are others methods currently ranging from a simple one-step spin-coating method to two-step sequential methods, vapour-assisted solution processing and single-source physical vapour deposition.

In all these cases the metal electrodes required for device manufacture are thermally evaporated and Kurt J Lesker is here to help. Our metal thermal evaporators easily integrate with our high-end gloveboxes and are ideal to put down contact layers of Ag or Au for example. Furthermore our gloveboxes come with a suite of accessories to help you with your perovskite research ranging from whichever methodology you employ, ranging from:

  • Spin coaters - for solution processed perovskite layers
  • Microbalances - for accurate weighing of perovskite precursor material
  • Hot plates - for annealing surfaces
  • Plasma cleaning units - for low pressure plasma cleaning of substrates
  • Epoxy dispensing units - for even application of epoxy required for encapsulation
  • uV curing units - to harden epoxy after application
  • Vacuum ovens - for curing and drying processes

Our gloveboxes have the advantages versus the competition:

  • Patented sealing technology - with purification down to 0.01ppm O2/H2O
  • Lowest leak rate on the market - a decade better than the rest (0.001% vol/hr)
  • High purifier capacity - O2 up to 60 litres / H2O up to 2 kg meaning longer regeneration cycles
  • Large freezer capacity - 30 litres placed on the ground to minimize vibration
  • Most accurate analysers used - know exactly what atmosphere you have in the glovebox
  • Advanced control features as standard - including chemistry software, large touchscreen panel, auto leak rate testing, auto gas circulation, ante-chamber auto evacuation