Plasma Coating & Sputtering Tools
Coating PVD (physical vapor deposition) is a plasma coating process that involves depositing thin solid layers of another material onto a surface or part in order to make it more durable. Plastics, metals, ceramics, glass, and a number of other materials can be finished by plasma coating. This process can be found from textile manufacturing to make cotton fibers dirt repellant, to fuel tank manufacturing to make materials impenetrable and corrosion-resistant. One of the more common techniques to accomplish this process is plasma sputter deposition, which has its own separate entry here.
T&C's RF generators most commonly used for this application are the standard and AG Series 13.56MHz RF Power Sources, that range from 100 to 2400 W. For matching devices, the AIT-600 tuners are a great match for these generators and range from 300 to 2400 W.
These two components above can be mixed and matched to consummate a Complete RF Delivery System that is right for you. The 600 W, 1200W, and 2400 W systems are typical for these applications.