IDASONIC Ultrasonic Spray Pyrolysis system has been designed for thin films coating such as sulphides, metal oxides and TCO’s for application in optoelectronic devices.
Spray pyrolysis is a process technique being considered in research to prepare thin and thick films, ceramic coatings and powders. Spray pyrolysis is a very simple and relatively cost-effective processing method. Typical spray pyrolysis equipment consists of a spray nozzle, precursor solution, heating plate with temperature controller and air compressor. The air blast, ultrasonic and electrostatic atomizers are usually used in Spray Pyrolysis Systems.
Spray Coating systems have many different application areas such as solar cells, transparent conductive oxides, metal oxide and sulfides, perovskite, spintronic, graphene applications, fuel cells, carbon nanotubes, medical device (stent, catheter, etc.) coatings, Textile and Thermal Spray.
This model has been designed for thin films coating such as sulphides (CdS, SnS, CuS, ZnS etc.), metal oxides and TCO’s ZnO, SnO2, ITO, CdO, CuO etc.). This system can be updated according to customers’ demands for a different research areas such as pyrolysis or not, air or ultrasonic spray head, electrostatic spray coating and much more.
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The IDASONIC Nanocoating System and Technologies was founded in 2016 by academicians with expertise in nano-size coating of functional materials.