Perovskite equipment makers


MBraun logoMBRAUN, 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.

MBRAUN launched a PVD system specifically designed for the Perovskite application called PEROVAP. With unique features such us low temperature evaporation, ULTE sources and an enhanced chamber design the PEROVAP offers an unsurpassed level of process control, layer uniformity and process repeatability.

Toray Engineering

Toray Engineering logoJapan-based Toray Engineering Co, Ltd. supplies manufacturing and testing equipment for the semiconductor and display industries.

Toray Engineering Co, Ltd. offers Slot-die Coater and Vacuum Drying system (VCD) for R&D to large scale mass production purpose. By combining the mass production experience in the display field with the new coating & drying technology specifically for perovskite, Toray Engineering has already successfully applied our manufacturing technology to the mass production of perovskite products.


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).

AIXTRON combines expertise and innovation required to develop highly complex technologies and manufacture what it describes as the most productive MOCVD systems in the world. The company aims to enable future applications, such as the LEDs, power electronics, and photovoltaic materials.

Aixtron works in close collaboration with renowned research centers, universities and industry partners. In addition, Aixtron will be advancing research on perovskite solar cells within the “PeroBOOST” project together with University of Cologne, Enerthing, Lunovu, SOLUXX, the Center for Organic Electronics Cologne (ZOEK), the Fraunhofer ISE Laboratory and Service Center Gelsenkirchen, and Duisburg-Essen University.

Bergfeld Lasertech

Bergfeld Lasertech logo imageBergfeld Lasertech is a Germany-based company that develops laser processes for material processing. With 17 years experience in laser process development, Bergfeld specializes in laser processes for the photovoltaic, organic and flexible electronics, display and lighting technology as well as the automotive industry and special research applications.

With its various laser systems in Aachen and at FH Aachen Campus Jülich, Bergfeld develops laser processes and does contract manufacturing projects. It offers various systems and equipment, including all types of laser systems and optical systems and assemblies for integration into machines and more. In addition, Bergfeld develops varied test systems and laboratory equipment.

BT Imaging

BT Imaging logo imageBT 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.

The Company creates customized solutions for its customers, adapting its products and applications to novel materials and devices, including the emerging class of perovskite solar cells.

Enli Technology

Enli Technology logo imageEnli Technology is a manufacturer of scientific & metrological instruments. Enli is dedicated to providing Quantum Efficiency Measurement and IV characterization equipment, providing total solutions for various kinds of customers, from academia to industry.

Enli's solutions for perovskite research include measurement and analysis tools.

Eternal Sun Spire

Eternal Sun specializes in solar simulators for PV testing. It enables solar labs and PV manufacturers to accurately measure the performance and reliability of all PV module technologies and sizes.


FOM Technologies

FOM Technologies logoDenmark-based FOM Technologis develops slot-die coating machines for lab- and pilot-scale development of new functional thin film coatings and devices. The company was spun-off from the R2R materials & process research lab at the Technical University of Denmark.

FOM offers miniaturized slot-die coating tools for scalable perovskite PV development, and can provide customized R2R pilot lines from early-stage to production-ready processes.

FOM Technologies is a public company (NASDAQ: FOM.CO).

The company is part of a 3-year $4 million DoE-supported project that aims to develop industrial manufacturing processes of large area Perovskite tandem solar panels at Hanwha Q-cells' US-based factories.


Inert logoInert (established in 1981 and previously known as Innovative Technology) offers standardized and custom built Inert Atmosphere Gloveboxes, Gas Management Systems and Solvent Purification Systems.


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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.

With the many co-owners, where several have more than fifteen years’ experience in the field of PV science and technology, the set-up of infinityPV is unique. The co-owners cover the entire value chain for printed electronics products and provide the company with a broad range of knowledge and know-how including chemists, material scientists, physicists, engineers, designers, electronics, technicians, printers, analysts and administrators.

The core of infinityPV is printed electronics and in particular printed organic solar cells, such as perovskite solar cells. infinityPV is based on several patents within the field of organic solar cells and holds a wide range of competencies in this area. The Company addresses a broad range of products ranging from solar panels over materials to characterization and production hardware/software for perovskite solar cells.


JACOMEX logo imageFrench equipment maker JACOMEX has been producing custom glove boxes and gas purification units since 1945.

JACOMEX supplies its technology to the industrial and scientific markets. It offers a wide range of purification systems to control moisture and oxygen at ppm-level, as well as high filtration systems and laminar flow techniques enabling pure clean atmospheres complying with semi-conductors, solar cells and perovskite devices.

JACOMEX supplies glove boxes with adjustable moistering parameters up to 40% RH or more, making the atmosphere optimized for perovskite research and development. The company offers turn-key solutions with full integrated equipment for preparation, deposition and characterization.

JACOMEX works jointly with the highly-specialized French company ALLIANCE-CONCEPT for the manufacturing of PVD systems.

Kortherm Science

Kortherm Science logoKorea-based Kortherm Science (KOS) supplies laser based solutions.

The company's flagship μ-lab and μ-fab series laser equipment of KOS is used for the production of perovskite solar cells with high accuracy and precision for various processes like R2R (Roll to roll/ Reel to Reel) based, patterning, scribing, cutting etc.

Kurt J. Lesker Company

Kurt J. Lesker logo imageKurt J. Lesker Company, established in 1954 in the US and having facilities in the UK & China is a global provider of high-quality vacuum products and systems.

KJLC has been manufacturing physical vapor deposition (PVD) tools for perovskite research since the inception of the technology, having supplied many tools to leading research institutions globally. The KJLC eKLipse controls platform, working in conjunction with KJLC low temperature evaporation (LTE) or HydraVAP sources, enables highly controlled and precise recipe-driven perovskite precursor processing for reproducible growth dynamics of perovskite solar cell devices.

Mitsuboshi Diamond Industrial

Mitsuboshi Diamond Industrial logoMitsuboshi Diamond Industrial (MDI), established in 1935 in Japan, develops and markets quality cutting systems for brittle materials (mostly glass), as well as multi-layered structures including metal and organic materials.

MDI is one of the world's leaders in laser-based cutting systems for solar panel production, and its products are used in several perovskite panel production R&D labs.



nTact logoEstablished 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.

Park Systems

Park Systems Corporation is a manufacturer of atomic force microscopy systems for scientific research, nanoscale engineering, semiconductor fabrication and quality assurance. Park Systems provides a full range of AFM and related products to those in the chemistry, materials, physics, life sciences, and semiconductor industries. Its customers include most of the world's largest semiconductor companies and renowned scientific research universities and national labs.

Park Systems was established in 1997 with the mission to equip scientists and engineers with the most advanced AFM systems that enable them to see, measure and characterize things at the highest nanoscale resolution and accuracy. Since the time of its foundation, Park Systems has delivered on its promise with numerous innovations, including True Non-Contact Imaging, 3D metrology, and fully automated AFM systems for both research and industrial applications.

In the field of perovskite, Park Systems several types of Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) modes including Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy (KPFM), Conductive AFM (C-AFM), and Photo Current Mapping (PCM) that can be used to study perovskite material from various perspectives and their potential applications.

Peccell Technologies

Peccell logoJapan-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.


SC SOLAR is a China-based solar equipment maker. It specializes in R&D, manufacturing, sales and service of intelligent equipment for the solar industry.

SC SOLAR provides customers with turnkey solutions for solar module manufacturing and provides intelligent equipment for PV cells, silicon wafer manufacturing and more.


SparkNano is an OEM equipment supplier which uses Spatial ALD technology for deposition of high-quality ultrathin layers. It designs, manufactures and commercializes Spatial ALD tools that deposit nano-scale thin film materials.

SparkNano offers Spatial ALD equipment, which it says is used more and more in perovskite solar cells to increase efficiency and lifespan. Examples include hole- and electron transport layers such as SnO2, TiO2, ZnO and NiO, ultra-thin Al2O3 passivation layers and encapsulation layers.

SparkNano's equipment is also used in optimizing OLED-displays, flexible electronics, yield improvement photovoltaic panels and many other applications.