SPI Supplies Plasma Prep III Etcher, Solid State Design

SPI Supplies Plasma Prep III Etcher, Solid State Design, 110 Volt
Chamber Pyrex 110 Volt
Item11050-AB
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$10,820.25
SPI Supplies Plasma Prep III Etcher, Solid State Design, 220 Volt
Chamber Pyrex 220 Volt
Item11050-AX
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$10,820.25
SPI Supplies Plasma Prep III Etcher, Solid State Design, w/ Quartz Chambers, 110 Volt
Chamber Quartz 110 Volt
Item11050Q-AB
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$11,724.23
SPI Supplies Plasma Prep III Etcher, Solid State Design, w/ Quartz Chambers, 220 Volt
Chamber Quartz 220 Volt
Item11050Q-AX
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$11,724.23

Features:

  • Flexible range. Capable of 1 to 100W operation
  • Greater stability
  • Reproducible conditions.
  • Same small footprint as the PP II (10.5" H X 14.75" W X 12" D measurements)
  • Integrated vacuum gauge
  • Measurement and adjustment of forward and reverse power
  • Digital metering
  • 110/220V compatible
  • 4" diameter x 6" depth Pyrex or Quartz Chamber

Who would use this system?
The basic functions and use of the Plasma Prep III are identical to that of the PP II. For those users who have long process times (in terms of tens of hours to days) the solid state unit provides for excellent stability so that the user can run the system overnight without concern about a change in operating conditions.

For those with or looking at multiple systems, the PP III allows easy adjustment of system conditions so those units in the same laboratory, or even those in different locations can be run in a similar fashion. Of course, there still remain a number of external variables that may affect these systems including gas and gas pressures and the difference in line voltages.


The PP III operates at 13.56 MHz operation. It is CE Certified and RoHS Compliant. The PP III has one gas input through an optional process controller is available. Many gasses and gas mixtures may be used including oxygen, argon and carbon tetrafloride. Quite a bit is known about what plasma chemistry is needed to etch different materials (see manual for details).
The unit can quickly be set up in your laboratory. You will need a mechanical pump. Should you need a pump, we recommend the Pfeiffer Vacuum Model DUO 3, 2-stage mechanical pump. Add your tank of process gas, a two stage regulator and hosing to the gas inlet and you are ready to run your system.

Click here to watch a video on the operation of the SPI Plasma Prep™ III Plasma Etcher