COATING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
We specialize in machines and equipment for Slot Die coating of functional materials
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WHAT WE DO
We produce and sell cutting edge Slot Die machines and equipment that enables researchers, scientists and professionals, to discover, develop and commercialise new functional materials for a cleaner and more sustainable world.
SLOT DIE COATING
Slot Die coating is a new precise method for depositing a thin liquid film to the surface of a substrate. It was developed to provide a more efficient, cost optimized and scalable coating method.
Slot Die coating is replacing other coating methods in the discovery of new functional materials, because it is capable of offering uniformity, covering a range of film solution types, and with negligible waste.
We are thrilled to introduce you to our exciting universe….
LATEST PRODUCT LAUNCH
The FOM vectorSC is the latest in our line of premium Slot Die Coating machines.
UL and CE-certified, it has been designed from the ground up to provide easy, high-quality continuous coating on both flexible and rigid substrates.
With plug n’ play glovebox compatibility as a standard feature, the FOM vectorSC is a precision workhorse for demanding battery, display and thin film solar research environments.
We provide high quality state-of-the-art Slot Die coating equipment produced in Scandinavia.
This ensures that our products are cutting-edge, innovative, reliable and cost-effective.
Roll to Roll Solar Printer
Canatu shapes surfaces
Shrinking the Lab
“When we sought to build our lab into a world-class facility for advanced manufacturing of energy devices, functional films and printed electronics, FOM emerged as the foremost company that could provide the high precision roll to roll system we needed.
Since then we have very successfully used the FOM tools extensively and have been building new coating, printing and thermal processing capabilities within our research group and with local, national and international users across a range of applications…”
Dr. J. D. MacKenzie – Clean Energy Institute, University of Washington