Sono-Tek’s next ultrasonic coating technology seminar will be in Boston on Friday, May 10. These intensive seminars give coating professionals technical information not available anywhere else! Here are the event details:
When: Friday, May 10, 2013, 9AM – 4PM
Location: Courtyard By Marriott Boston/Woburn700 Unicorn Park Drive, Woburn, MA
Seminar fee is $199 – register by April 26th for a discounted rate of $99!
Includes continental breakfast, lunch, and refreshments. All attendees will also receive a certificate toward FREE Sono-Tek lab testing or discount on purchase of a new system (value up to $1600.00)
Registration Deadline: April 26, 2013
Registration fee is non-refundable after 4/26/13
The 4th Filmtech Japan Highly-Functional Film Technology Expo at Tokyo Big Sight starts April 10. Sono-Tek will be exhibiting at the Altech Co., Ltd. booth 44-29. Sono-Tek ultrasonic coating systems are used in R&D and high volume production for depositing functional thin film materials for advanced battery, Fuel Cell, OLED, touch screen (TCO spray pyrolysis) and many other electronics applications. Sono-Tek ultrasonic spray equipment has the ability to spray targeted micron thick layers of material in atmospheric conditions, making the technology a cost effective solution, especially for R&D applications using new materials. Fully inert spraying systems are available, and substrate heat/vacuum options depending upon manufacturer’s requirements. Sono-Tek spray equipment is ideally suited to depositing ultra-thin uniform functional layers of nanomaterials in suspension such as Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs), Nanowires, Graphene, Quantum Dots, photoresist, and transparent conductive oxides.
Sono-Tek is exhibiting at the Hannover Messes H2 & FC Fair, April 8-12 in Hannover, Germany Booth E65/2. Where does Sono-Tek fit into the Fuel Cell Manufacturing market? In coating technology, of course. Carbon catalyst inks deposited onto Proton Exchange Membranes such as Nafion are most effective when the catalyst is deposited uniformly across the surface of the PEM or GDL, with even distribution of platinum or other precious metal particles. This produces the maximum surface area exposure of platinum to gas flow. Sono-Tek’s proprietary ultrasonic coating systems and liquid delivery technology are ideal for this, and we’ve proven it time and time again. Measured electrochemically active Pt surface area using ultrasonic atomization has been recorded as high as 71% of the total Pt particle surface area. Visit Sono-Tek’s proprietary ultrasonic coating systems and liquid delivery technology are ideal for this, and we’ve proven it time and time again. To learn more about the show, go to http://www.hannovermesse.de/home or visit http://www.sono-tek.com/fuel-cell-catalyst-coating-overview/ for more information about out Fuel Cell coating systems for R&D through high volume production. A technical paper providing in-depth explanation of ultrasonic coating advantages for fuel cells is located here: http://www.sono-tek.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/ASME_Journal_of_Fuel-Cell_Science.pdf