Cathodic Multi Arc Plating, PVD Arc Deposition, Magnetron Sputtering By DC
Cylinder Arc Or Circular Arc Cathodes, DC Sputter Source
Metal Film Plating, Titanium Nitride, Titanium Carbide, Zirconium Nitride, Chromium Nitride, TiAlN, CrC
Watering Piping And Plumbings; Bathroom Fittings And Faucets Valves,
silver plating machine
vacuum plating equipment
Vacuum Flask Copper Plating Equipment, Copper Sputtering Deposition System, TiN and TiC Vacuum Plating
The thick copper film is for thermal isulation between inner and outer bottles. In the surface with PVD vacuum coating technology to generate various colors: black, rainbow, gold, copper, brown etc.
Sputtering is a metal deposition process where the target material is not vaporized using heat, but its metal atoms are physically dislodged from the target by the collision of a bombarding particle. The distance from the target to the part in a sputtering chamber is much shorter than in vacuum deposition. Sputtering is also done under much higher vacuum. The sputtering source itself can be made of elements, alloys, mixtures, or compounds. This form of metal deposition is commonly used in semiconductor manufacturing, on architectural glass, reflective coatings, compact discs CDs, and decorative coatings.
Arc Vapor Deposition
Cathodic arc deposition or Arc-PVD is a physical vapor deposition technique in which an electric arc is used to vaporize material from a cathode target. The vaporized material then condenses on a substrate, forming a thin film. The technique can be used to deposit metallic, ceramic, and composite films. The arc evaporation process begins with the striking of a high current, low voltage arc on the surface of a cathode ( known as the target) that gives rise to a small (usually a few micrometers wide), highly energetic emitting area known as a cathode spot. The localized temperature at the cathode spot is extremely high ( around 15000℃), which results in a high evlocity (10km/sec) jet of vaporized cathode material, leaving a crater behind on the cathode surface.
Royal technology designed and fabricated the RTAC-SP series PVD vacuum metallizing equipment are
popular used for metal alloys, brass, Zamak ( Zinc alloy) , plastic, electronics, piping and plumbings, plumber fittings, watering system valves and caps; medical and industrial valves etc. The process purpose is mainly to replace the Chromium Electroplating which is hazardous for human and environment.
The High Vacuum Metallizing System Configurations and Features: