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    Specifications - Dip Coater NTDP25

    Technical Specification


    0.01 – 50 mm/s
    (Withdrawal/immersion rate)

    Dip Duration

    0 - 100 seconds/minutes/hours

    Inbuilt Software Features

    Variable Cycle
    Constant Cycle

    Maximum Travel Distance



    Wireless Control with touch display

    Drive Mechanism

    Ball screw
    (High Accuracy)

    Maximum no of Cycles


    Storage of Recipe

    16gb of memory inbuilt
    and over the cloud

    Other Features

    Weight - 8 kg
    Dimensions - 220 x 220 x 350 (mm)
    Material - NPP with Aluminum Base

    Programmable Features

    Variable Cycle

    Dipping Speed
    Immersion Time
    Return Speed
    Time Between each cycle

    Constant Cycle

    Dipping Speed
    Immersion Time
    Return Speed
    No of Cycle



    I was impressed with the professional attitude of Navson Technologies staff when they visited our institute to showcase their instrument NT12000 that operates without the need for vacuum pump. Subsequently we initiated procurement of this item and from day one their sales and technical staff worked with us to deliver it on time. This is working fine with us and they provide us all the after sales support. I would strongly recommend anyone looking for this product to get in touch with them at the very earliest.

    Dr. M.N. Satyanarayan,
    Associate Professor, Physics Department, NITK, Surathkal
    I congratulate Navson on their StartUp. We are using their instrument NT12000 since last December 2016 and the instrument is working great. The new features which are vacuum free operations, digital display and N2 supply are definitely a value added and product works more smoothly.

    Mr. Kishore MJ,
    PhD Scholar, Chemical Engineering Department, NITK Surathkal
    “Excellent creative imagination for automatic experiments!”

    – Dr. Vijay Mishra, Ex-CEO, CeNSE, IISc Bangalore
    “Innovative idea to automate repetitive measurements. Navson has demonstrated their expertise in automation through their Spin Coater interface. The idea of automating repetitive measurements would help researchers in many walks off science and engineering. The young team at Navson will be able to provide innovative and cost effective solutions.”

    – Dr. Achanta Venugopal, TIFR Bombay