MTEC (WEZ) Effusion Cell  | © Scienta Omicron
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MTEC

Standard Effusion Cells

PVDMBE

  • Suitable for the evaporation of most materials evaporated at temperatures up to 1400 °C
  • Extremely stable flux rates
  • Various crucible sizes and crucible materials
  • Various filament configurations

The standard effusion cells are commonly used for sample preparation, thin film growth and for MBE applications. They are intended for the evaporation of elemental materials and compound evaporation or sublimation in the temperature range up to 1400 °C.

  • Reliable, compact and robust cell design
  • Cleanest operation in UHV systems
  • Excellent temperature stability (± 0.1 °C)
  • Suitable for the evaporation of most materials evaporated at temperatures up to 1400 °C
  • Standard, hot lip, cold lip and dual filament configurations available
  • Standard crucible sizes: 2 cc, 5 cc, 10 cc, 35 cc, 60 cc 
  • Standard crucible material: PBN (pyrolytic boron nitride)
  • Other crucible materials: Al2O3, BeO, Tungsten, Pyrolytic Graphite(PG) or Quartz
  • Effective water cooling around the cell protects both the vacuum chamber and the port tubes and avoids heating up by thermal radiation
  • Compact version with cooling shroud and integrated shutter on a DN40CF (2.75” OD) mounting flange and 10 cc crucible capacity; ideally suited for small research surface analysis systems
  • Large size effusion cell with crucible capacities up to 200 cc and with separate cooling shrouds available