Plasma coating or plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PECVD) uses plasma to modify the properties of material surfaces to produce a surface that will uniformly receive a coating.
Plasma coating applies ultra-thin layers of individual molecular groups or monomers to objects and material surfaces.
This innovative plasma coating process enables superior bond performance of coatings such as:
PECVD is used to produce a coating that permanently changes surface energy in materials, apply low friction coatings, or coat a material to enhance the performance or properties of materials.
For low pressure plasma coating, a vapor of liquid or gaseous monomer is introduced into the plasma chamber. This gas or vapor from the process is molecularly bonded with the help of plasma. This coating is applied in the range of 10 angstroms to microns, depending on the process parameters.
For coating by an atmospheric plasma process, the gaseous monomers are introduced directly into the plasma jet by means of a carrier gas. Therefore, the plasma focuses on the monomer on the surface and polymerizes it.
These systems apply energy to a gas in a vacuum system to produce a stable source of gas plasma.
These systems apply air or gas plasma to a small area of a part without treating the entire part.
These custom systems enable manufacturers a design that fits seamlessly into their established manufacturing line.
Many manufacturing processes require high altitude testing or material drying vacuum chamber solutions.
We are dedicated to creating and delivering surface modification solutions that improve the manufacturing process and profitability of our customers. Our full-service staff is committed to providing complete solutions from concept to delivery. Before a client buys or rents a plasma system, we guide them with plasma process development to ensure their success. Contract service is also an available service option.