Rev. Met. Paris
Volume 97, Number 7-8, Juillet-Août 2000
|Page(s)||971 - 978|
|Published online||13 January 2017|
“Jet Vapor Deposition”, a novel vacuum coating technique with superior properties*
JVD : un nouveau procédé de revêtement sous vide pour des produits à propriétés améliorées
Dry coating technologies offer the steel industry a wide range of new possibilities. In this context, CRM develops a new process for evaporation under vacuum : the JVD (Jet Vapor Deposition).
JVD is a PVD system featured by heating one or several evaporation crucibles by induction, mixing metallic vapours in a temperature- controlled chamber and ejecting the vapors through a single ejector positioned close to the strip. JVD combines the flexibility of inductive vacuum technology with a high productivity. These characteristics make JVD compatible with industrial requirements, namely productivity and efficiency.
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