Magnetron Sputtering Coating Technology enables for mirros high throughput demand due to its fast deposition rate.
Unlikely the in-line sputtering system, the low production cost makes it possible for the entrepreneurs who are aming to start the business at a low investment.
Green technology, environmentally friendly process;
PVD Chrome wheel is 80% lighter than chrome plated wheels
PVD Black Chrome / PVD Bright Chrome / PVD Neo-Chrome finishings can be generated
Royal Technology provides 3 standard machines to satisfy different productivity’s demand:
RTSP 900, capacity 1 piece; small size, mostly for repairing service
RTSP1400, capacity 4 pieces; medium size, for small scale of manufacturing
RTSP1800, capacity 8 pieces; big size, for vehicle wheels massive production
|For Car Mirror||For Car Wheels|
|Targets Aavailable||Chrominum, Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Copper, Brass, Titanium, Silver etc.|
|Max. 4.86 sqm||
Max. size : 27" x 1 Unit
Max. size 25" x 4 Units
Max. size : 27" x 2 Units
Max. size 22" x 8 Units
φ900 * H900mm
φ1400 * H1600mm
φ1800 * H1800mm
|6*φ360mm||1 axis||1 axis||
4 axis * φ560mm
4 sets cylinder sputter
1 set planar sputter
|2 sets planar sputter W125*L850mm||2 sets planar sputter W125*L1350mm||2 sets planar sputter W125*L1650mm|
|Sputtering Power||Max. 40KW||Max. 30KW||Max. 40KW||Max. 60KW|
|Operation & Control System||
Mitsubishi PLC+ Touch Screen
Operation Program with backup
What is magnetron sputtering technology?
Magnetron sputtering is another form of PVD coating technology.
Magnetron sputtering is a plasma coating process whereby sputtering material is ejected due to bombardment of ions to the target surface. The vacuum chamber of the PVD coating machine is filled with an inert gas, such as argon. By applying a high voltage, a glow discharge is created, resulting in acceleration of ions to the target surface and a plasma coating. The argon-ions will eject sputtering materials from the target surface (sputtering), resulting in a sputtered coating layer on the products in front of the target.
Often an additional gas such as nitrogen or acetylene is used, which will react with the ejected material (reactive sputtering). A wide range of sputtered coatings is achievable with this PVD coating technique. Magnetron sputtering technology is very advantageous for decretive coating (e.g. Ti, Cr, Zr and Carbon Nitrides), because of its smooth nature. The same advantage makes magnetron sputtering widely used for tribological coating in automotive markets (e.g. CrN, Cr2N and various combinations with DLC coating - Diamond Like Carbon coating).
Magnetron sputtering is somewhat different from general sputtering technology. The difference is that magnetron sputtering technology uses magnetic fields to keep the plasma in front of the target, intensifying the bombardment of ions. A highly dense plasma is the result of this PVD coating technology.
Magnetron sputtering technology is characterized by: