MBRAUN, established in 1976 in Germany, is developing inert gas technology for clean environments. As it offers the largest gas purification system range, MBRAUN can propose a suitable solution under ultra pure process conditions and low gas consumption for every volume to meet the different demands of the marketplace.
Aixtron AG is a provider of deposition equipment to the semiconductor industry. The company's technology solutions are used to build advanced components for electronic and opto-electronic applications based on compound, silicon, or organic semiconductor materials.
Aixtron trades in the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, and in the NASDAQ Stock Exchange (AIXG).
Bergfeld Lasertech is a Germany-based company that develops laser processes for material processing.
BT Imaging is a global provider of luminescence imaging solutions for the photovoltaic R&D community and industry.
Its products are used not only by leading research organizations but also by various Tier 1 PV manufacturers for the inspection of crystalline silicon and thin film photovoltaic materials, solar cells and modules.
Inert (established in 1981 and previously known as Innovative Technology) offers standardized and custom built Inert Atmosphere Gloveboxes, Gas Management Systems and Solvent Purification Systems.
infinityPV is a Danish company founded in 2014 by Frederik C. Krebs (CEO) along with 31 co-owners, whom all have years of applied scientific background dedicated to development of printed solar cells.
French equipment maker JACOMEX has been producing custom glove boxes and gas purification units since 1945.
Kurt J. Lesker Company, established in 1954 in the US, is a global provider of high-quality vacuum products and systems.
Established in 1988, nTact is engaged in the development and manufacture of advanced, high-precision slot die deposition (coating) systems.
nTact has been supplying slot-die coating solutions for the perovskite industry, and has delivered systems to almost 20 customers worldwide.
Japan-based Peccell Technologies was established in 2004 as a spin-out from Toin University of Yokohama to develop nanocemistry applications for the solar industry - with a focus on dye-sensitized and perovskite solar cells.
Pecell develops and supplies solar cell materials and equipment and provides technical consulting services.