Vacuum Technology & Application Consultancy

SEM Coaters

Vacuum Coating System

Elevate your SEM imaging experience with our cutting-edge SEM coaters. Designed by Vactechniche Ltd., our systems utilize state-of-the-art PVD techniques to apply precise, conductive thin films onto your samples. Whether you require low or high vacuum conditions, our range of SEM coaters ensures optimal sample preparation for unparalleled imaging quality. Trust Vactechniche Ltd. for innovative solutions that elevate your SEM analysis to new heights.

Desktop Sputter Coater


Desktop Sputter Coater


Turbo-Pumped Desktop Sputter Coater


Turbo-Pumped Desktop Sputter Coater

DTE-Desk Thermal Evaporation


Desktop Thermal Evaporation


Turbo Triple Thermal Evaporation Coater


Desktop Carbon Coater


Turbo-Pumped Desktop Carbon Coater


Turbo Pumped Sputter and Carbon Coater

DSCR - Desktop Sputter and Carbon Coater


Desktop Sputter and Carbon Coater

Unlock the Potential of Your SEM Analysis with Coating!

Why SEM Samples Should be Coated?

Wondering why SEM samples should be coated? Look no further! Coating your samples before SEM analysis is crucial for achieving optimal results. Here's why:

Enhanced Resolution: Coating your samples with a thin layer of conductive material, such as gold or carbon, helps improve electron conductivity. This enhanced conductivity ensures better imaging resolution and clarity, allowing you to capture finer details of your sample’s surface morphology.

Minimized Charging Effects: Uncoated samples are prone to charging effects when exposed to the electron beam during SEM analysis. This can distort the images and make accurate interpretation difficult. By coating your samples, you reduce the likelihood of charging effects, leading to more accurate and reliable results.

Protection Against Damage: SEM samples, especially those with delicate surfaces or structures, are susceptible to damage from the electron beam. Coating provides a protective layer that shields the sample from direct exposure to the beam, minimizing the risk of damage and preserving sample integrity.

Improved Contrast and Signal: Coating enhances the contrast and signal-to-noise ratio of SEM images, making it easier to distinguish between different features and materials within the sample. This improved contrast allows for better analysis and interpretation of the SEM images.

In summary, coating your SEM samples is essential for maximizing the quality and reliability of your analysis. Don't compromise on results – coat your samples and unlock the full potential of your SEM experiments today!