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KJLC Expands the Capabilities of its PVD Applications Laboratory with a KDF Model 603 Pilot Thin Film Production System

24. Oktober 2023 | Verfasser: KJLC Blog

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The Kurt J. Lesker Company, has expanded the capabilities of its Pittsburgh thin film applications laboratory with the addition of a model KDF 603 pilot production thin film deposition system, from its newly acquired subsidiary, KDF Technologies. The addition of the KDF thin film deposition tool will enable our Pittsburgh-based experts to perform coating trials for new prospects while optimizing the 603 system with the addition of features including plasma emission monitoring – critical to reactive sputtering.

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The Lesker Company Provides Vacuum Training Systems for Workforce Development in the Semiconductor Industry

31. August 2023 | Verfasser: KJLC Blog

The United States is engaged in a colossal effort to reshoring critical semiconductor manufacturing technology in order to better insulate domestic demand from international supply chain instabilities. This will create thousands of new jobs, requiring a substantial expansion of the US workforce skilled in vacuum science and its application.

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Kurt J Lesker Company Granted US Patent for Groundbreaking Technology - Ultra High Purity Conditions for Atomic Scale Processing

8. August 2023 | Verfasser: KJLC Innovate

Kurt J Lesker Company Granted US Patent for Groundbreaking Technology

JEFFERSON HILLS, PA, 4. August 2023 - Kurt J. Lesker Company (KJLC) has been granted a pivotal patent by the United States Patent Office. The patent, identified under US 11.631,571B2 dated 18. April 2023, focuses on the application of Ultra-High Purity (UHP) conditions to Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) and Plasma-Enhanced ALD (PEALD) systems, offering significant advancements in atomic scale processing research and applications.

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New PED Applications Thin Films Lab at Kurt J. Lesker

3. April 2023 | Verfasser: KJLC Blog

New PED Applications Lab at Kurt J. Lesker

The Kurt J. Lesker Company's Process Equipment Division (PED) in EMEIA has been delivering Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) equipment to customers in the region for more than 25 years, and we take great pride in supporting our customers with the remarkable research they do. Our ability to innovate is crucial to providing solutions to our thin film customers.

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New NANO 36™ Evaporation Tool Installed for Perovskite PV Research Lab

12. August 2022 | Verfasser: KJLC Blog

New NANO 36 Evaporation Tool Installed for Perovskite PV Research Lab

The Institute for Solar Energy Research in Hamelin (ISFH), Germany, recently added a Kurt J. Lesker Company NANO 36 evaporation tool to their Perovskite PV research lab. The glovebox integrated deposition system is equipped with two thermal evaporation sources for the deposition of electrical contacts and a corresponding adhesive layer.

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New PVD 200 E-Beam & Thermal Deposition System Installed at Nazarbayev University

20. Juli 2022 | Verfasser: KJLC Blog

PVD 200 E-Beam & Thermal Deposition System Installed at Nazarbayev University

A new PVD 200 e-beam and thermal deposition system was installed by us in the newly launched micro-and nano-fabrication facility at Nazarbayev University. Among other projects, the research group is working on the fabrication of various field-effect transistors (FETs), microwave kinetic inductance detectors (MKIDs) and other devices. The PVD 200 system will be used for metal lift-off processes and is equipped with an electron beam source and two thermal sources along with a load lock for fast processing. We're looking forward to hearing more about this project in the future!

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KJLC is Supporting RhySearch in Switzerland with Vacuum Equipment

25. Mai 2022 | Verfasser: KJLC Blog

Rhysearch

We are proud to have supported our customer RhySearch in Switzerland with equipment for their Ion Beam Sputtering of 2D Materials project.For this project, we supported RhySearch with the design and manufacturing of the complete vacuum system. The core of the project is the UHV vacuum chamber, which was manufactured and delivered by the Kurt J. Lesker Company. We also supplied most of the relevant equipment around the vacuum chamber, including motion manipulation parts, vacuum pumps, gauges, feedthroughs and valves.

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In Situ Recrystallization of Co-Evaporated Cu(In,Ga)Se2 Thin Films by Copper Chloride Vapor Treatment towards Solar Cell Applications

17. Januar 2022 | Verfasser: KJLC Innovate

The Kurt J Lesker Company has been providing Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) systems to support photovoltaics (PV) research for more than 20 years and continues to support scientists globally to advance this critical renewable energy application. Bei Solarzellen werden Materialien verwendet, die Photonen aus Sonnenlicht in einem weiten Spektralbereich absorbieren und dieses eingefangene Licht effektiv in freie Ladungen umwandeln, die Strom erzeugen. Modern commercial solar cells are mainly based on crystalline Silicon, which is a cheap and abundant semiconductor[1]. In recent decades, alternative thin film technologies based on materials combinations including Copper indium gallium diselenide (Cu(In,Ga)Se2 or CIGS), Cadmium Telluride (CdTe), amorphous silicon and organic photovoltaics (OPV) have emerged with high efficiencies coupled with good cell stability, low manufacturing costs and come with the advantage of being a thin film, being both lightweight and flexible[2].

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The Role of Spin in the Degradation of Organic Photovoltaics

1. Dezember 2021 | Verfasser: KJLC Innovate

Organic electronics research has advanced rapidly over the past few decades, with organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) now being commonly available in commercial devices such as mobile phones and TVs. Organic photovoltaics (OPVs, or organic solar cells) have potential to follow OLEDs as a commercially viable technology, but a number of challenges still need to be overcome. A recent publication from an international collaboration, with lead authors Prof. Moritz Riede (University of Oxford) and Dr. Ivan Ramirez (Heliatek GmbH), has investigated the degradation pathways of OPV devices using a common organic material, C60, generating understanding which may prove critical to achieve long-term device stability. The complete solar cell structures used in the study were produced using a Kurt J. Lesker SPECTROS evaporation system.

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Backstreaming of Pump Oil Vapors in Vacuum Systems - Detection, Quantification & Mitigation

13. Oktober 2021 | Verfasser: KJLC Innovate

Systems evacuated with oil-based pumps may be victims of backstreaming of pump oil vapors into the fore- line, vacuum chamber, and upstream throughout the system. The back- streaming referred to here is the act of pump oil vapors moving against the flow of molecules traveling from the vacuum chamber to the pump(s). In this case, we refer to these oil vapors as moving upstream, and eventually into the vacuum chamber. At high pressures, where the number of molecules from the chamber outnumber pump oil vapor molecules emanating from the pumping system, flow upstream is greatly mitigated. Oil vapor back- streaming is significantly more pronounced at lower operating pressures.

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