CRESSINGTON 108 MANUAL SPUTTER COATER


GENERAL INFORMATION | OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
The 108 Manual Sputter Coater is an ideal system for sample coating with Au of non-conducting samples for standard SEM imaging. The system is simple to operate, offers rapid pumpdown times, fine grain coatings and negligible sample heating. The safety interlocked sputtering supply is fully variable and the sputter current setting is not influenced by the vacuum level. Cool, fine-grain sputtering is achieved with a very efficient low voltage DC magnetron head.

Some of the system's additional specification:

  • The standard manual coater has fully variable current control, digital process timer with "pause", variable height specimen table, hinged top plate and O-ring sealed vacuum chamber.
  • Sputtering is achieved with an efficient DC magnetron.
  • The safety interlocked sputtering supply is fully variable; setting the sputter current is not influenced by vacuum level. The optional thickness monitor is recommended for accurate measurements of depositions.

Contact Information
For additional information about the Cressington 108 Manual Sputter Coater, please contact James Vichiconti at jv2534@columbia.edu.