2-DTech has made further advances in the fabrication of graphene products using chemical vapour deposition (CVD) techniques, as the company strives to help industry unlock graphene’s potential.

Thanks to its state-of-the-art CVD chambers and associated hardware, along with its team of highly experienced technical staff, the company is now able to deliver polycrystalline graphene films of the highest quality.

2-DTech is able to supply its CVD graphene products in a range of different sizes and on a variety of substrates. They can be grown on to copper substrates with dimensions reaching 100mm x 200mm. Alternatively, its CVD graphene can be transferred onto various other substrates measuring up to 40mm x 40mm, including silicon dioxide (SiO2), exfoliated hBN deposited on SiO2, and an array of customer requested materials.

Such a portfolio of CVD graphene ensures the company is well positioned to serve a broad spectrum of research and product development activities, including incorporation into photovoltaic, electronic and sensor devices in either graphene-only or multi-layer hetereostructure systems.

“The quality of our CVD graphene has already enabled us to add highly regarded academic establishments and prestigious research institutions to our client base – from UK, Germany, Japan and Korea,” enthused Nigel Salter, 2-DTech’s Managing Director. “By further broadening the scope of our CVD offering we will be able to address a greater variety of application demands.”

 

Specialist in graphene

2-DTech is a specialist in the development of graphene solutions, engaged in early stage implementation of products using this material, via its own proprietary technology and the expertise of its staff.

The company was formed out the University of Manchester’s pioneering work on graphene and retains the benefits of strong links with this establishment.