Nozzle-less ultrasonic spray head technology delivers precision application of dopant to photovoltaic cells for selective emitter formation process.
Ultrasonic Systems, Inc. (USI), the leading manufacturer of high-performance ultrasonic spray coating equipment, announces the publication of a new white paper, “New Precision Coating Deposition Method for Photovoltaic Selective Emitter Process.”
This in-depth, technical paper discusses the significant improvements in dopant coating deposition control, critical to the successful formation of selective emitters, which can be achieved with a proprietary nozzle-less ultrasonic spray technology, coupled with a precision liquid delivery system combined into a high capacity coating system platform. The paper was written in conjunction with the technical staff of a USI customer in China. The white paper is available online at www.ultraspray.com.
“We are pleased with our growing success with crystalline solar cell manufacturers requiring the latest manufacturing equipment technology to create reliable and more efficient cells,” said Stuart Erickson, President of Ultrasonic Systems. “This white paper reflects the success of our nozzle-less spray head technology for spray coating applications critical to high efficiency PV cell production.”
About Ultrasonic Systems
Ultrasonic Systems, Inc. (USI) manufactures high-performance spray coating equipment based on proprietary ultrasonic spray coating technology. USI’s products deliver a superior alternative to conventional air-atomizing or ultrasonic spray nozzle technology for electronics assembly, semiconductor, fuel cell, medical, and solar markets worldwide. Our team of technical experts is committed to providing the best technical and application support available. For more information, visit: www.ultraspray.com.