DSCT: Turbo Sputter/Carbon coating Desktop system for SEM/TEM


Desktop SEM/TEM Sputter and Carbon Coater DSCT

Sample preparation using sputter coating is the recognised method for non-conductive and low conductive specimens or samples, this system is also suitable for optical coatings.
Vac Techniche  DSCT has been developed to exceed the requirements for SEM/TEM sample preparation.
The compact and easy to use sputter coater, with onboard Turbomolecular Pumping
Use supplied backing vacuum pump or your own, all controlled with the  processor controller.
The Vac Techniche Desktop Sputter Coater enables thin film sputter coating of noble metals: gold (Au), palladium (Pd), platinum (Pt) and gold/palladium (Au/Pd) on non-conductive or poorly conductive samples or devices.
Our board processor integration makes the Desktop Sputter coater an ideal laboratory and research tool for scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and Transmission electron microscopy analysis(TEM).
One of the benefits of our DSCT design is the rapid pump-down time making it a production tool in addition to a research instrument, for applications such as optical coatings.
Thin films are deposited in with fine gas flow control producing repeatable results when used in Automatic mode.

Carbon coating attachment

DSCT  has the facility to accommodate carbon coating attachment, ideal for SEM/TEM preparation, using a separate attachment keeping the Carbon coating away from the sputtering head avoiding and cross contamination issues.

Carbon Rod evaporation is also available on request.