The target laboratory has different  locations at its disposal: A conventional lab with a temperature-stabilized and moisture-stabilized room, a room for chemical and mechanical processing and one for analytics. Additionally, and the Radioaktive Lab, a laboratory in a surveilled area, where weak radioactive materials can be handled. Targets are produced by evaporation, by magnetron sputtering, by mechanical processing, and by cold rolling. Especially sensitive respectively weak radioactive materials like depleted Uranium or Thorium can also be cold rolled and packed in a glove box in the Radioactive Lab. For storage and transport there are desiccators and sealable ampoules available as well as a second glove box.

Coating plants
Thermal evaporation, electron beam gun evaporation, magnetron sputtering

The target laboratory has the following possibilities for the production, processing and measuring of targets:

Determination of thickness
Mechanical processing

Cold Rolling, lapping, polishing, grinding, cutting:

If you have any further questions or remarks, please send an email to B.Kindler.