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MSK-USP-02 Desk-top ultrasonic spray Pyrolysis coater

MODEL MSK-USP-02 Desk-top automatic ultrasonic spray Pyrolysis coating equipment
CONTACT 1 Emma Bell
CONTACT 2 David Moir
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Spray pyrolysis

Is a process in which a thin film is deposited by spraying a solution on a heated surface, where the constituent reacts to form a chemical compound. The process is particularly useful for the deposition of oxides and has long been a production method for a long period for applying a transparent electrical conductor of Tin oxide (SnO2) or Stannic oxide to glass. Now is popular to prepare perovskite solar cell.


Is a desk-top ultrasonic spray pyrolysis ( USP) equipment, where parameters like dispensing rate of the solution and speed of spray head movement are precisely controlled which are difficult to be controlled in a manual process. A positive displacement pump controlled by stepper motor and microprocessor is used to dispense solution as per requirement. The ultrasonic spray head provide thinner particle coating and its movement is controlled by stepper motor driven linear stages in X and Y direction to ensure uniform coating. The temperature of the substrate heater plate is controlled independently through a dedicated controller.


Power Input

  • Single phase 208 - 240VAC, 50/60Hz
  • Actuator: Stepper motor, 24VDC


  • Three Spray heads are included
  • Compressive air spray : for thick film
  • 20ml Syringe pump with compressive air: for thick film with expensive solution.
  • Dispensing unit capacity: 50ml & 250ml (two containers included)imension
  • Dispensing rate: 1-20ml / min. adjustable via software.
  • One brand new laptop computer or one Microsoft Surface Pro with pre-installed software is available for controlling. (Please select at the optional bar)


  • Ultrasonic atomizer nozzle: 40 KHz, 130W
  • producing a fine spray of droplets of 50 micron average size.
  • Sprayer traverse: X - Y 200mm max.
  • Drive speed X axis (min-max): 10-800mm / sec
  • Drive speed Y axis (min-max): 1-12mm / sec
  • Note: you may use inert gases or compress air to enhance spray

Item ID #1469.

Last Updated: 21st August, 2017