Moorfield Nanotechnology Limited

Moorfield Nanotechnology Limited

UK Laboratory Equipment Specialists in PVD (Physical Vapour Deposition), CVD (Physical Vapour Deposition) and Etch Systems. Our systems are used for academic and industrial research, including semiconductors, photovoltaics, graphene and 2D materials. Moorfield’s world-class scientific laboratory equipment is built to match your research needs. We can also service and repair existing tools, and provide advice relating to a custom project.

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Unit 1 Wolfe Close, Parkgate Industrial Estate , Knutsford , Cheshire WA16 8XJ United Kingdom
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Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Laboratory Equipment
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)

Moorfield was created to provide services in vacuum technology primarily to the academic research market. While the initial service and retrofit side of the business is still important for ongoing customer communication and feedback, the company has now grown to supply products manufactured in-house.

Our vacuum deposition range is aimed at pilot-scale industrial production and high-end educational institutions. System designs involve extensive modularity, leading to flexible solutions ideal for R&D environments where changing technical requirements are common.

The range consists of starter platforms that can then be populated with numerous component sets for deposition of metals, inorganics and organics. Systems can be built as standalone units, or can be combined with gloveboxes when air sensitivity is an issue.

Recently, Moorfield have directed R&D toward chemical vapour deposition (CVD) systems that allow for easy production of the ‘wonder materials’ graphene and carbon nanotubes (CNTs). These developments have attracted government funding and have been aided by consultation with expert academic researchers.

The systems are capable of scalable, cost-efficient synthesis of high-quality material through the implementation of growth schemes deemed critical for future commercialisation of carbon nanomaterials.Moorfield formed the Clean Environments division in 1997 after failing to find a portable clean space in which to get sign-off for its deposition systems. The Clean Environments team have since developed a range of rapid-assembly, low cost, HEPA filtered products for creating portable and permanent cleanroom areas.