Michigan Engineers Make “Nanolobes” in LC Tech Glovebox

In designs that mimic the texture of starfish shells, Michigan engineers, including Olga Shalev, have made curved ordered crystals inside their LC Tech glovebox. The researchers call them “nanolobes.”

Posted: June 30, 2016

Solar Cell Research At Co School of Mines

Eric Toberer at Colorado School of Mines uses his LC Tech glovebox for research to make solar cells thinner and cheaper. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nm1JOdi25ag

Posted: August 27, 2015

New LC Tech Glovebox for Larionov Group at UTSA

Oleg Larionov’s group at UTSA use their glovebox to handle and store air and moisture sensitive materials and reagolegents for reactions they develop.

Posted: August 20, 2015

RGP-301 Gas Purification System

LC Tech’s largest gas purification system: The RGP-301 horizontal 6-column recirculating gas purifier with solvent removal
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Posted: July 31, 2015

Custom LC Tech ‪glovebox‬ system for ‎OLED‬ research with an integrated Trovato deposition system

LC Technology recently completed a custom glovebox system for OLED research. Trovato Manufacturing integrated 2 thin film deposition systems into the glovebox.

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Posted: July 16, 2015

Industrie Billette improved their ‪‎titanium‬ ‎welding‬ process and efficiency with a custom LC Tech ‪‎weld‬ chamber

Anxious to improve their manufacturing processes and their efficiency, Industrie Billette recently acquired a glove box from LC Technology Solutions. This new equipment, more efficient, allows them to filter argon to avoid all external contaminants and provides better humidity control.

http://www.industriebillette.com/en/new-acquisition-of-a-glove-box/Industrie Billette

Posted: July 8, 2015

U of Victoria uses an LC Tech ‪Glovebox‬ combined with ‪electrospray‬ ‪‎ionization mass ‪‎spectrometers

09-0032 VictoriaDr. McIndoe’s group at the University of Victoria use an LC Tech ‪Glovebox‬ combined with ‪electrospray‬ ‪‎ionization mass ‪‎spectrometers for the making and discovery of new ‪catalysts.

Posted: June 25, 2015

IFW Dresden Uses Glovebox for Molecular Beam Expitaxy

IFW Drmbe-7esden’s Institute for Integrative Nanosciences use their argon filled LC Technology glovebox for molecular beam expitaxy by directly connecting it to the MBE transfer-line backbone.  Samples can be prepared in various ways inside the glovebox (including etching, resist stripping, etc) and transferred directly into the MBE chambers.
www.ifw-dresden.de/institutes/iin/laboratories/molecular-beam-epitaxy

Posted: June 11, 2015