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Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) is a coating technique based on Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD). The main difference is that in ALD a binary reaction is split into two half-reactions in order to achieve a precise control over the film thickness. Atomic layer deposition provides a unique method for depositing ultrathin films on surfaces. This technique uses sequential surface reactions to coat substrates with high conformality and precise thickness control at the atomic scale.

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Oxford Instruments has introduced a new, compact open-load system that has been specifically designed for Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD).
Thin Film System TFS 500 ALD reactor is designed for thin film processing, protective coating, functional surface buildup and doping purposes. Substrate alternatives include wafers and other planar substrates, powders and porous substrates and complex 3D substrates. TFS 500 can be equipped with a manual load lock for rapid wafer processing. Reactor operates in batch mode. Variable reaction chambers can be fitted to the reactor making it possible to optimize the reaction chamber design depending on the application.
The PlasmaPro Estrelas100 deep silicon etch technology, available from Oxford Instruments, has been designed to provide excellent process performance.
The P800 ALD system available from Beneq is industrially proven, reliable, and built on more than two decades of continuous operation in challenging industrial applications.
SVT Associates' NorthStar™ Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) system is a versatile research deposition tool for thermal or energy enhanced ALD.
PICOSUN™ P-series is a new range of instruments designed for high volume batch atomic layer deposition (ALD) production.
CCS CRIUS® II-L from AIXTRON is a high-throughput reactor that offers high performance at low cost of ownership. The process cycles are less time-consuming, which ensures high process yields.
The PICOPLATFORM™ vacuum cluster tools are multifunctional thin film processing cluster units that provide exceptional scalability and modularity. These tools provide parallel processing and sample handling in constant vacuum.
Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology has introduced an evolution in Batch Etch technology with the PlasmaPro1000 Astrea large batch etch system.
Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology has been a leading provider of high-volume batch plasma tools in the production market for more than 15 years, with a wide installed base of HBLED production solutions in operation.
The PlasmaPro 100 Sapphire, available from Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology, is the latest breakthrough in single wafer etch technology.
Beneq has introduced WCS 600, a new coating system based on the roll-to-roll atomic layer deposition (ALD) technique. Designed to suit different needs of customers, this system has a coating capacity of 400,000m2/yr.
TFS 600, an application-specific ALD system from Beneq, has been exclusively developed for vacuum-line integrated OLED encapsulation.
PICOSUN™ R-series ALD systems are designed for highest quality R&D and small-scale pilot production. Hot-wall, top-flow, dual-chamber structure enables deposition of leading quality ALD films that meet the strictest uniformity and purity standards. PICOSUN™ ALD systems allow processing of all kinds of samples from wafers and 3D objects to challenging nanoscale structures such as high aspect ratio (HAR) trenches, through-porous samples, and nanoparticle powders.
The TFS 200R thin film system available from Beneq has been specifically designed for depositing thin films on flexible substrates.
The FlexAL systems from Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology offer a new range of flexibility and ability in the fabrication of nanoscale structures and devices by providing thermal atomic layer deposition (ALD) and remote plasma ALD processes inside a single ALD system.