nanocarbon-delaminator
  • nanocarbon-delaminator
  • nanocarbon-delaminator

Semi-automated system for high speed electrochemical delamination for transferring graphene
from copper onto target substrate with regulated insertion speed and current in the circuit.

If You want to order that product please contact info@nano-carbon.pl

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Lab System: Samples up to 2in wide ( ~5cm)

Delamination system consist of:

  • Delaminator with crocodile sample holder and control panel
  • External current source for electrochemistry with all necessary cables.
  • Hot plate

Set does not include following:

  • Water purification system
  • Chemical reagents nor containers for liquids
  • Height adjuster
  • Spin coater

Technical parameters of a delaminator

  • 7 programmable switches to control speed and turn of its ride (upward and downward, from 0.01 to 1100 mm/s). Possibility to adjust the settings according to the client’s needs
  • Equipment optimizes for samples up to 2in (~5cm) width
  • Possibility to delaminate samples of size up to 6in (~15cm x 15cm)
  • Possibility to exchange crocodile clips
  • Light and compact construction that can be used even in limited space
  • Voltage 230V

5 reasons to transfer Graphene in Your own lab:

  • Safer – You don’t have to share technical details of your idea before Your product is ready
  • Faster – Full control over the transfer process
  • Cleaner – Each particle on the surface may affects quality
  • Cheaper – Please compare the prices of transferred graphene from commercial manufacturers, especialy for custom samples
  • Optimized – You will always know more about Your substrate and Your application than anybody else
1. GO – graphene oxide

2. RGO – reduced graphene oxide

3. PET, PMMA – poly(ethylene terephthalate, poly(methyl methacrylate)

4. SiC – silicon carbide

5. GaN – gallium nitride

6. CVD – Chemical Vapor Deposition

7. SEM – Scanning Electron Microscopy

8. AFM – Atomic Force Microscopy

9. Raman – Raman Spectroscopy

10. TEM – Transmission Electron Microscopy
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