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Spin Coater NT12000



Spin Coater

Spin Coater NT12000


Spin Coater NT12000 IR Heating Module · UV Curing (Optional Accessories) RPM Range 100 - 12000 Acceleration Capability 8000rpm/sec (0-12000 in 1.5 seconds) Accuracy +- 50 RPM Number of Steps 10 Complete Program Duration 1000 seconds (with n number of steps) Chuck Accommodation Groove type to fit in 4 types of substrates 4 inch dia, 2 inch dia, Microscopic glass slide and Cover Slip Durability Upto 3 years Program Storage Facility Internal Memory: 32 GB External Memory: Pen Drive Detailed Specifications DOWNLOAD BROCHURE Navson Spin Coaters Designed for fitting into chambers such as Glove Box, the NT12000 is capable of ramping with an acceleration of 8000 RPM/s and a highest RPM of 12000 making it unique in its class. It uses a vacuum-free mechanism to hold the substrates (PATENT PENDING).

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1500€ - 2000€

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1 - 1 units

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Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, North America, South America


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