Thermal Evaporation (Thin-film Deposition) system

The Thermal Evaporator system purchased from Consolidated Vacuum Corporation, New York, can deposit almost all metals onto various substrates by boiling the metal and evaporating it at high vacuum. The bell-jar connected to a diffusion vacuum pump gets evacuated to 1x10-6 mbar. The metal to be deposited is placed in a molybdenum/tungsten boat and heated. The evaporated metal vapor gets adhered / deposited onto the substrate placed over the boat. The attached HHV Thickness Monitor can measure accurately the thickness of the deposited film from 10 nm to 10 μm.

This is an in-house facility and cannot be borrowed out of the Lab.

Use On Payment basis - for details see Forms in

Location :
Ion Beam Complex, NL-105, Department of Physics, IIT Kanpur.
Contact :
Co-ordinator, IBC

Mr. S. Krishnasamy
Technical Superintendent, IBC
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Phone: 7986 / 6993