PLANSEE exhibition at the glasstec 2008 Booth: 13F34

Date: 22 October 2008
Source: PLANSEE
High Performance Materials for the Glass Industry Glass Melting Electrodes We supply the glass melting electrodes made out of specially developed coarse grain molybdenum material:  - Standardized diameters ex stock via PLANSEE EXPRESS  - Threads according to customer requirements  - Customized electrodes like plate and block electrodes  - SIBOR® - coating for guaranteed oxidation protection during up-tempering Glass Tank Reinforcements SIBOR® coated Mo glass tank reinforcements protect highly loaded area from glass corrosion.

This will extend the life time of the glass tank in the areas of the dog-house, the barrier-wall, bubbler and throat. Furthermore the glass melt quality is improved significantly

Mo, MoNa, ZnO:Al2O3 Sputtering Targets for CIGS Thin Film Solar Cells

PLANSEE‘s mission is to develop PVD coating solutions that offer our customers real competitive advantages. PLANSEE is developing MoNa sputtering targets which help to improve the performance of the chalcopyrite thin film absorber layers

600450 PLANSEE exhibition at the glasstec 2008 Booth: 13F34 glassonweb.com
Date: 22 October 2008
Source: PLANSEE

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