Roll Based Slot Die Coater, Model FOM nanoRC, made in Denmark by FOM Technologies

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  • Coating width: up to 100 mm (slot-die compatibility: S –L)
  • Coating length: up to 500 mm
  • Coating speed range: up to 2.0 m min-1
  • Substrate heating: up to 150 °C
  • Integrated control for heating and coating speed
  • External syringe pump
  • Dimensions: 53 x 23 x 33 cm (L x W x H)
  • Weight: 19 kg


  • High pressure pump

The FOM nanoRC is a high quality laboratory-scale slot die coater that is easy to use, lightweight, and portable.  Based on many years of research in functional organic materials, including feedback from our FOM Technologies clients worldwide, the FOM nanoRC has been designed to mimic the coating process of large scale roll-to-roll machines. The FOM nanoRC enables researchers to produce hundreds of highly complex samples in matter of hours that can be reproduced at larger scales while using only a fraction of the material required for the same output produced by a spin coater.

This lab-scale instrument provides reliable direct proof of scalability of any coatings conducted but without the high material consumption and associated costs or upstart time, making the FOM nanoRC a much more cost efficient and reliable tool than current alternatives. 

Slot-Die Coating Introduction and FAQ


Vijayan, M. B. Johansson, S. Svanström, U. B. Cappel, H. Rensmo, and G. Boschloo Simple Method for Efficient Slot-Die Coating of MAPbI3 Perovskite Thin Films in Ambient Air Conditions ACS Applied Energy Materials2020 3(5), 4331-4337 DOI: 10.1021/acsaem.0c00039

D. Burkitt, J. Searle, and T. Watson. Perovskite solar cells in N-I-P structure with four slot-die-coated layers. Royal Society Open Sciences 16 May 2018

D. Burkitt, J. Searle, D. A. Worsley, and T. Watson. Sequential Slot-Die Deposition of Perovskite Solar Cells Using Dimethylsulfoxide Lead Iodide Ink Materials 2018, 11(11), 2106;