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Createc is your innovative partner in Molecular Beam Epitaxy MBE and LT-STM-AFM.
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Electron Beam Evaporator EB-ST

Electron Beam Evaporator EB-ST


The CreaTec electron beam evaporator is designed for the evaporation of low vapour pressure materials either from wire, rod or crucible under true UHV conditions. The instrument is suitable for metals like iron, cobalt, nickel, silver, copper, gold, palladium, platinum etc. and insulators like magnesiumoxide, magnesiumfluoride, calciumfluoride etc. and semiconductors in particular silicon from rod. Its compact design allows the integration of up to four units on a NW 150 CF cluster flange. A high precision control unit is used for the instantaneous variation of all necessary parameters. 

Technical Data:


TypeEB-ST
Heating systemE-beam heating, tungsten (self supported)
Max. emission current100mA
Max. filament heating10V / 10A
Emission control or manual adjustment of filament and emission current
Target voltage1000V
Target alignment25mm
Flux monitor2nA - 20mA
Evaporation area? 5 - 20mm
Water-cooled shield assembly
Water-cooled target feedthrough
Integrated flux monitor
Manual shutter
Bakeout temperature250?C
ShippingStainless steel container with valve

Standards:


Flange sizeCF40 / CF63 or specified
Max outer diameter38mm
LengthAs specified
Crucible materialW/ Ta/ Mo
Crucible capacity0.8 cc

Options:


  • Different conductive crucible materials are available
  • RS-232 interface for software control
  • Motorization of shutter and target alignment

Available Data:


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Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE) | Low Temperature Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (LT-STM) | Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) | Ultra-high Vacuum (UHV) | Effusion Cells