Spin Coating Systems are widely used to create uniform Thin Films of various materials, often polymers, onto the surface of a substrate by employing the concept of centrifugal force.

Dip Coating Systems are very useful instruments for Fabricating & Characterizing Self-assembled Structures. Formation of Multi-layer Thin Films is also possible with Apex Dip Coating Systems.

Langmuir-Blodgett (LB) Film Deposition Systems are very useful instruments for Fabricating & Characterizing Single or Multi-layered Thin Films of Mono-molecular Thickness.


Contact Angle Meter system is useful for evaluating the cleanness of solid surfaces as it is sensitive enough to show different results even with a small amount of contamination such as mono-layer orders.

Ultra Violet (UV) Curing is a speed curing process in which high intensity ultraviolet light is used to create a photochemical reaction that instantly cures inks, adhesives and coatings.

Lab Essentials

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lab essentials

Laboratories used for scientific research take many forms because of the differing requirements of specialists in the various fields of science and engineering.



Research Applications



Technology Information

Spin-Coating Technology

In present-day thin film studies, Spin Coating Systems are an indispensable tool for fabricating thin films on a suitable substrate. The Spin Coating Technique has an immense role in the field of lithography and many other fields associated with Thin Film Fabrication & Characterization.

Dip-Coating Technology

Dip Coating is the process of immersing a substrate into a tank containing coating material, removing the piece from the tank, and allowing it to drain. The coated piece can then be dried by force-drying or baking. It is a popular way of creating thin film coated materials along with the spin coating procedure.

Langmuir-Blodgett Technology

A Langmuir-Blodgett (LB) film is a monolayer of organic materials, deposited from the surface of a liquid onto a solid by immersing the solid substrate into the liquid. The monolayers are assembled vertically and are composed of amphiphilic molecules with a hydrophilic tail and a hydrophobic tail.