Laboratory plasma cleaner and etcher
Laboratory plasma systems for plasma etching, surface cleaning, and activation. Fully automatic with the latest process control technology.
Remote plasma sources
Remote plasma source to generate oxygen, hydrogen, CF4, SF6, ambient air plasma.
Remove hydrocarbon and fluorocarbon contamination inside SEM, FIB, TEM, XPS, and other high vacuum chambers. Reduce carbon deposition. Clean samples and chamber before ALD, epitaxial growth. Improve interface quality and reduce defects
TEM & SEM sample & grids cleaning, surface treatment. Remove hydrocarbon contamination and make TEM grids hydrophilic
Store TEM specimen holders under the vacuum, and keep the holders clean and dry.
our customers includes
“I would be delighted to be a reference. You can forward my details to them and I’m happy to show them your system as well as give a demo, or just answer any questions they may have. So far, the Tergeo-plus system has been extremely well received.”
– Dr. Kal Banger, The Rowland Institute at the Harvard University
“The cleaner has been installed and is working very well so far. It’s a great tool, very versatile and user friendly.” Dr. Matthew S. Hunt purchased three plasma systems from PIE Scientific so far.
– Dr. Matthew S. Hunt, Kavli Nanoscience Institute at Caltech
The Tergeo cleaner allows us to realize a simple PDMS‐glass bonding process in a very efficient way. The integrated electronics save space and the touch screen is responsive and convenient enough. The treatment works very well and a curing step in an oven to improve the bonding efficiency is no longer needed
– Dr. Marc Fouet at Department of Molecular & Cell Biology, UC-Berkeley
Everything is working great! I am quite happy with the plasma cleaner. I find it quite flexible for TEM holders, holders with samples, grids, etc. I have used it successfully with a very gentle remote plasma source setting to regularly clean the tuning samples for aberration-corrected STEM.
– Dr. James C. Mabon, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign