The unit 8 of NANBIOSIS U8-Micro, nanotechnology, will offer HIGH-QUALITY GRAPHENE GROWN ON ONE-layer or multi-layer CU SHEETS, as well as graphene transferred to different rigid and flexible parylene substrates while preserving their valuable initial properties
This unit has recently upgraded the Aixtron Black Magic Pro 4-inch System for the growth of graphene. It has also been purchased, installed and set-up by the unit parylene deposition device on flexible substrates. With this acquisition the unit will be able to offer high quality graphene grown in monolayer or multilayer CU sheets, as well as graphene transferred to different rigid and flexible parylene substrates while preserving their valuable initial properties.
ICTS NANBIOSIS currently has a CVD equipment from the Aixtron house (model Aixtron BM 4 “) that is specifically designed for the growth of nanotubes and carbon nanofibers on defined areas, which in turn are compatible with the growth of graphene, However, due to differences in the temperature conditions of the growth of these different materials, this machine requires an upgrade to Aixtron BM Pro 4 “, which is the one contemplated here. This update has been previously made with success in other equipment installed in the United States, such as the Texas Instruments company.
The growth of graphene can be done on different substrates both rigid (pyrex, silicon, silicon carbides) and flexible polymers such as SU8, polymides etc. Currently in the ICTS NANBIOSIS are optimized the processes for the manufacture of devices in rigid and flexible substrates of SU8 and polymidas and now with this new acquisition will include the manufacture with materials such as parylene that will provide greater profitability in the processes as well as greater benefits biomedical and