Evaporation coils made of tungsten, molybdenum and tantalum

Thermal evaporation (resistance evaporation) is a coating method used as part of the PVD process (Physical Vapor Deposition). The material that is to form the subsequent layer is heated in a vacuum chamber until it evaporates. The vapor formed by the material condenses on the substrate and forms the required layer.

Our evaporation coils know how to turn up the heat: These resistance heaters with their very high melting points will bring practically any metal to the boil. At the same time, their high corrosion resistance and outstanding material purity prevent any contamination of the substrate.


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