Thin film deposition aims to improve solids’ surface properties – from reflection, through transmission, to permeation. Although the term “thin” is relative, most of these deposition methods monitor the thickness of the layers within tens of nanometers. To learn more, you are more than welcome contacting Mark Technologies. Located at the center of Israel, Mark Technologies offers advanced services within the realm of vacuum technologies. In addition, one of the main strengths of this company is the relations with customers – as well as meeting its needs.
Composition and application of thin film
Thin film devices are composed of complex compound or alloy. The coating of these thin films includes several kinds of materials – ranging from metals to oxides. In addition, the thin films hold several unique characteristics that aim to change or improve some elements of the substrate performance.
In order to get to the relevant results, one must use the appropriate type of thin film and the right method of thin film deposition. As of today, there are different types of thin films that can be used to create scratch-resistant surfaces, durable surfaces, and to enhance other substrate properties.
The enhanced properties then become an inseparable part of the substrate, allowing their use in various industries and products, such as medicine, electronics, fiber lasers, optical filters, precision optics, and more.
Methods of vacuum thin film deposition and coating
There are two main methods of vacuum thin film deposition and coating: Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) and Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD). The first method is considered as simple, which is why it is more suitable for simple processes. The CVD method, however, is used for advanced thin film coating as it produces high-quality and durable coats that are built to last. Either way, to learn more about thin films, their features and more, contact Mark Technologies.