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  • Vacuum Coating Machine (Arc Vaporization)
  • vacuum coating machine applies metal or metal compound coatings to tools and parts using an arc vaporization process. As the name suggests, arc vaporization creates multiple electric arcs to vaporize the cathode, resulting in a blast of metal ions to bombard the material to be coated. The process takes place in a low pressure plasma environment in the vacuum chamber.
  • Vacuum Coating Machine (Arc Vaporization)
  • Y&J is a well-respected name in the vacuum coating industry. The basic idea behind the mid-frequency pulsed magnetron sputtering is fairly simple, which is to use a magnetic field and a pulsed power source to improve target ionization degree and deposition rate. The target is the source of material desired to be deposited on the substrate. Ionization of the target is a process by which atoms in the target are energized and directed towards the substrate where they form a thin film.
  • PVD Coating Equipment (for Stainless Steel Sheet and Pipe)
  • Get a piece of PVD coating equipment and apply titanium or its compound to stainless steel sheets or pipes. According to the kind of gaseous environment used in the vacuum chamber, different coatings of metal compounds can be formed on the steel surface. Titanium coated steel exhibits high corrosion resistance and improved decorative appeal. Different coating colors are available as well to meet the decorative requirements of the architecture industry.
  • Vacuum Metallizing System (Electric Resistance Heating)
  • To vaporize solid metal targets, there are many ways to do that. One way is by electric resistance heating, or more technically known as resistance evaporation. This vacuum metallizing system is specially designed to apply coatings of aluminum or aluminum compounds to the surface of your plastic products. The resultant aluminum coating feels smooth to the touch and looks great as well.
  • PVD Coating Equipment (for Glass Mosaics and Wares)
  • If most of your coating work involves glass, then this PVD coating equipment will meet your needs. At the heart of this vacuum coater is a magnetron sputtering system that uses pulsed power supplies to ionize the target (solid metal) and ensure optimal deposition uniformity. Other than glass, the PVD coating equipment also works perfectly on plastics, ceramics, resins, and various other building materials.
  • Vacuum Coater (for Hard Coatings on Tools)
  • There are many different ways to apply metal coating to tool's surface, among which vacuum coating is the most eco-friendly method. Coating is to tools what clothing is to human beings. A vacuum coated knife lasts 2 to 9 times longer than an uncoated one. A vacuum coated mold provides 5 to 10 times the service life of a bare mold. Not only that, PVD coated tooling products also exhibit higher corrosion and wear resistance.
  • Vacuum Furnace
  • Y&J Vacuum Technology provides energy-saving, eco-friendly vacuum heat treatment equipment with guaranteed process technology. Two most important uses of BITE vacuum furnace have been in vacuum oil quench and gas quench.
  • Power Supply(for Vacuum Coating)
  • There are various types of power supplies used in vacuum coating, including MF power supply, DC, cathodic arc source, bias voltage power supply and pulsed power supply. Below is a brief description outlining the differences between these power types.
  • Vacuum Pump
  • The 2X series rotary vane pump is a two-stage design, giving the operator a choice of selecting either a high pressure or a low pressure option from the pump. The air inlet of this vacuum pump is connected to the chamber of the vacuum coater which is pumped down to a desired vacuum pressure.
  • Target Material(for Vacuum Coating)
  • Physical vapor deposition is a process where materials are vaporized from a source (which is also known as a target) and transported to the part to be coated in a vacuum or low-pressure plasma environment. Here at BITE, we offer target materials in various specifications and materials, including Ti, TiAl, Cr, Zr, Ni, chrome silicon tube, Mo, and chrome tube.
  • Vacuum Measurement Instrument
  • Y&J's new generation vacuum measurement instrument is an affordable, feature-rich, easy-to-use alternative to the obsolete ZJ-51 or ZJ-2 vacuum gauge. The upgraded vacuum measuring device has proven to be a perfect fit in a vacuum coater, vacuum furnace, and vacuum pump station for removal of air from light tubes, electron tubes, and insulated mugs.
Vacuum Coater

Coating is to tools and parts what clothing is to human beings. When it comes to metallic coating, often times people will use hot-dip galvanizing, electroplating or thermal spraying by default because that is what has always been used. But many times, vacuum coating is a better solution, as it provides a more uniform deposit, improved adhesion, no edge build-ups, and wider choices of metals and metal compounds to be deposited.

Vacuum coating is the process of adding a thin film of coating to a material. The material to be coated is technically known as the substrate. What acts as the source of coating is called the target. The coating process is formally referred to as deposition, whereby metals, alloys, or compounds are deposited on the surface of the substrate.
True to its name, vacuum coating takes place in a vacuum environment or a low-pressure plasma environment. A plasma is an ionized gas, providing positive ions and free electrons. An example of a plasma environment is the ionized argon gas. Another example is the ionized nitrogen. In some cases the material being deposited reacts with the gaseous environment to form a film of a metal compound, i.e., metal nitride, where the nitrogen comes from the gaseous environment, and the metal comes from sputtering or arc vaporization of a solid metal.
Sputtering deposition is a process whereby ionized gas, for example argon ion, hits the target (usually a solid metal) so hard that the ions in that metal are energized and sputter (bombard) the substrate to form a deposition.
Arc vaporization usually uses one cathode and two anodes to produce electric arcs. The electric arc vaporizes the cathode material into a plasma state. The ionization of atoms from the cathode is known as arc vaporization or cathodic arc technology. The free ions bombard the substrate and form a firm film of coating on its surface.
All these evaporation techniques mentioned above fall into the category of physical vapor deposition, abbreviated to PVD, which differs from CVD, short for chemical vapor deposition. Note that there is another technique of PVD, called ion plating, a process that is beyond our service range.
Because all our processes involve coating metal on the surface of objects in a vacuum environment, they are also called vacuum metallizing. The machine that conducts the process is referred as the vacuum coater, or vacuum metallizer.
Many Chinese vacuum coater manufacturers confuse arc vaporization with ion plating. Some have even created the term multi-arc ion plating, which is now plaguing the website. The biggest difference between the two processes is that ion plating uses electron beams to evaporate the target material, whereas arc vaporization creates electric arcs to vaporize the target. So next time you come across the term multi-arc ion plating, there is a good chance that what it really means is an arc vaporization system.

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