The TFS 500 is ideal for diverse use in thin film coating applications. Being the first Beneq reactor model, has proven its case as a versatile tool for both in-depth ALD research and robust batch processing. The TFS 500 is an ideal tool for multi-project environments.
The TFS 500 can handle several types of substrates; wafers, planar objects, particles and porous bulk materials, as well as complex 3D objects with high aspect ratio features. It can further be equipped with a manually operated load lock for increased wafer processing capabilities. Different types of reaction chambers can easily be fitted inside the vacuum chamber, which in turn enables optimizing each reaction chamber for each customer application.
The TFS 500 meets both the stringent requirements of industrial reliability and the need for flexibility of R&D operations. Process components are off-the-shelf articles, which ensures spare parts availability. All precursor containers can easily be changed, at short notice. The precursor readiness includes gases, liquids and solid materials. For full flexibility in precursor selection, we have additionally included a 500 °C hot source option.
Since 2014, Beneq has been working with MBRAUN to address the growing OLED market needs by offering turn-key R&D solutions. The goal of the collaboration is to combine the acknowledged know-how of Beneq’s breakthrough thin-film encapsulation technology with MBRAUN’s gloveboxes, customized enclosures and standalone units.