Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD)

Vapour Deposition is the English term for surface treatment through vapour. This vapour may be produced by Chemical reactions (CVD) or physical reactions (PVD). Chemical reactions occur at high temperatures (from 800 °C). Physical reactions occur from a plasma, which means that exactly through these reactions at very low temperatures (starting at room temperature), layers can be added. PVD can also be applied to all solid materials that you can think of, metal, ceramics, glass as well as plastics.  These techniques originate combinations with unique properties.

Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD)

The unique properties of the CVD process of Hauck Heat Treatment The Netherlands consist in this process with a very high penetration rate, so that everywhere on a provided surface a layer is created (even in the hair cracks). Also on undercuts and even on more complex geometrical shapes such as metallic foams and the like. The CVD process is generally used to add an improved wear resistance, corrosion resistance or increased friction properties to a component. CVD coatings can also be used for application at a high temperature or for anti-adhesive properties. All materials that can withstand the applied process temperature can be used. Think here e.g. of different kinds of steel, glass, and even graphite.

Hauck Heat Treatment Eindhoven B.V. is a specialist in the field of the application of customer-specific coatings on components and has many years of experience in this field of expertise. It supplies demanding industries such as Semicon and the aviation and aerospace industries. This makes Hauck Heat Treatment Eindhoven B.V. a competent partner who may offer extensive advice on coating and application..

 

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