Vacuum resistance evaporation

PVD Coating

PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) technology refers to a technology that uses physical methods under vacuum conditions to vaporize material sources into gaseous atoms or molecules, or partially ionize them into ions, and deposit a thin film with certain special functions on the surface of a substrate.

PVD technology is a main surface treatment technology widely used in surface modification, functionalization, decoration, etc. of materials in various industries.

The main methods of physical vapor deposition include:

 Vacuum evaporation
Sputtering coating
 Arc plasma coating
Ion coating

We provide Thermal evaporation and Electron beam evaporation related consumables, including electron beam crucible liners, tungsten evaporation filaments, electron gun tungsten filaments, boats, evaporation materials, etc.

Vacuum Furnace

Vacuum furnaces are mainly used for ceramic firing, vacuum smelting, electric vacuum parts degassing, annealing, metal parts brazing, ceramic-metal sealing, physical vapor deposition (PVD), etc.

We provide heating elements, boats and carriers, heat shields, crucible liners, tungsten wires, and evaporation sources, processed parts, fasteners, etc. The materials are tungsten, molybdenum, or tantalum, which can be customized.

Vacuum furnace spare parts
Monocrystalline silicon

Photovoltaic & Semiconductor

A single-crystal silicon growth furnace, also known as a silicon crystal growth furnace or silicon ingot furnace, is a special equipment used in the photovoltaic and semiconductor industries to produce high-quality single-crystal silicon ingots.

Monocrystalline silicon is the basic material for manufacturing semiconductor devices such as integrated circuits (ICs), solar cells, and sensors.

The "Czochralski method" is currently the most widely used method for preparing single-crystal silicon.

We provide molybdenum seed rods, tungsten and molybdenum crucible liners, fasteners, molybdenum hooks, tungsten carbide hammers, etc.

Glass And Rare Earth

Glass Industry

We provide molybdenum electrodes for glass melting.

Our molybdenum electrodes are made of 99.95% high-purity molybdenum rods.

Molybdenum electrode size: φ20-152*L (unit: mm), we can provide an alkali-washed surface, mechanically polished surface, etc.

Rare Earth Industry

The rare earth industry involves the extraction, processing, and utilization of rare earth elements, which are important components of various advanced technologies and applications.

We can provide tungsten, molybdenum, and tantalum heating elements, sintered tungsten, molybdenum crucibles, graphite crucibles, etc.


Instruments & Meter Accessories

Metal diaphragm:  Mainly used in diaphragm pressure gauges and transmitters. The materials we produce include SS316L, tantalum, titanium, HC276, Monel400, and Inconel625.

Signal electrode:  Mainly used in electromagnetic flow meters. The electrode size is M3~M8, and the materials include SS316L, tantalum, titanium, and HC276.

Ground electrode (ground ring):  Mainly used for electromagnetic flowmeters, usually used in pairs. Sizes range from DN25 to DN600, and materials include SS316L, tantalum, titanium, and HC276.

Diaphragm seal:  used to isolate the measuring element from the medium. The diaphragm materials we produce include SS316L, titanium, HC276, and tantalum. ASME B 16.5, DIN EN 1092-1, and other standards available.

Flushing ring:  used for flange-connected diaphragm seals, which can remove sediment on the diaphragm by flushing and cleaning.

 Thermocouple protection tube:  used to protect thermocouples for normal use in various industrial applications. We offer protective tubes in the following materials: tungsten, molybdenum, and tantalum.

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Sales Manager-Amanda-2023001

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