Amtec GmbH produces fully automated laboratory equipment for experimental chemistry. The company's aim is to support chemical, oil, refining, pharmaceutical and material research industries in shortening the time to market for chemicals, catalysts, materials or pharmaceuticals. The product portfolio is focused on miniaturised high-throughput screening and testing technology, as well as micro-scale pilot plant systems for material and catalyst testing.
Atotech is one of the world's leading suppliers of integrated production systems, chemistry and equipment for decorative and functional electroplating, semiconductor and printed circuit board manufacturing.
Develops and provides systems, processes, materials, equipment as well as wear and tear parts for PVD & CVD thin-film and sputter applications. The thickness of these coatings is in the range of a few nanometers, depending on the application.
The company's focus is development, fabrication, sales and distribution, and service of vacuum equipment and components, and facilities for micro- and nanotechnology based on ion and electron beam techniques.
Manufacturers of laboratory instruments. Provides planetary mills for a broad range of applications and suited for loss-free grinding down to a fineness as small as 100 nm as well as laser particle sizers for rapid, automatic particle size and shape analysis in a measuring range of 0.01 - 2000 micrometers.
GaLa Instrumente GmbH offers inexpensive table top plasma instruments. They can be used as a plasma cleaner, plasma etcher, plasma asher, plasma coater or for plasma surface modification - all in one instrument. Plasma treatment will improve polymer analysis, wetability problems, painting/coating of plastics, gluing results and clean surfaces from carbon, grease and oil.
The company fabricates extremely small in size (5 microns and smaller), micro-forceps for 3-dimensional handling of nano-objects with sizes ranging from nanometers to 1 micron. The nano-gripper can be used in almost every microscope. By using nano-grippers, every microscope could be transformed into a nanotechnological processing unit. This processing unit is able to create a variety of operations: pick up and place, pull, turn, bend, move, prepare, cut, integrate into the system the micro-and nano-objects, which previously could be only observed.