CVD Graphene/Carbon Nanotube Growth Furnace – Max Temp. 1050°C
The CVD Furnace is designed for the growth of various nanomaterials, such as graphenes and carbon nanotubes, using ultra-high purity methane (CH4) and hydrogen (H2) at temperatures up to 1050 Celsius. It has two ultra-high purity Argon (Ar) gas delivery lines to allow using Ar as the carrier gas. The CH4 and H2 flows can be controlled in the range of 0-50 sccm and 0-100 sccm, respectively. The Ar flow can be controlled within a range of 0-1000 sccm.
Equipped with a pump, the system could also provide a vacuum environment with a level of down to 2 mTorr.
- Maximum temperature: 1050 Celsius;
- Tube type and size: Quartz Tube, 1 inch outside diameter with a length of 24 inches or longer;
- Source gases: Methane (CH4), Hydrogen (H2). All ultra-high purity;
- Carrier gases: ultra-high purity Argon (Ar) or ultra-high purity Nitrogen (N2);
- Flow rate control: Ar, 0-1000 sccm; CH4, 0-50 sccm; H2, 0-100 sccm;
- Vacuum: about 2.5 mTorr.