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Apparatur til kontrol og prøvning 2020/S 054-128420

Kort beskrivelse

This procurement by DTU Energy is conducted as a negotiated procedure and concerns the realization of a Vacuum Transfer Line System (VTLs) and Pulsed Laser Deposition chamber (PLDc).

The procurement concerns a reliable and fast ultra-high vacuum transfer connecting minimum 5 vacuum systems (XPS, 3 existing PLDs and 1 sputtering).

The holders/manipulators of the PLD chambers are different from each other and also the XPS has its own holder. DTU Energy has a need to design manipulators and sample holders that can fit in the chambers and in the XPS at the same time.

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Ordregiver Danmarks Tekniske Universitet — DTU
Deadline 30-03-2020 Se klokkeslæt under udbudsdetaljer
Udbudstype EU-udbud
Udbudsdetaljer http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:128420-2020:TEXT:EN:HTML
Leveringssted Hovedstaden
Dokumenttype Bekendtgørelse om ændringer eller supplerende oplysninger

Udbudsbekendtgørelse (13-02-2020)

Apparatur til kontrol og prøvning 2020/S 031-071976

http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:071976-2020:TEXT:EN:HTML
Kort beskrivelse

This procurement by DTU Energy is conducted as a negotiated procedure and concerns the realization of a Vacuum Transfer Line System (VTLs) and Pulsed Laser Deposition chamber (PLDc).

The procurement concerns a reliable and fast ultra-high vacuum transfer connecting minimum 5 vacuum systems (XPS, 3 existing PLDs and 1 sputtering).

The holders/manipulators of the PLD chambers are different from each other and also the XPS has its own holder. DTU Energy has a need to design manipulators and sample holders that can fit in the chambers and in the XPS at the same time.

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Ordregiver Danmarks Tekniske Universitet — DTU
Deadline 12-03-2020 Se klokkeslæt under udbudsdetaljer
Udbudstype EU-udbud
Udbudsdetaljer http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:071976-2020:TEXT:EN:HTML
Leveringssted Hovedstaden
Dokumenttype Udbudsbekendtgørelse