01Czylok tube furnace, Brant muffle furnace
- Sample size: 100mm x 100mm
- Layer engineering / deposition systems
- Calcination of powder materials, gas phase reactions (CVD)
CVD (chemical vapour deposition) – a method consisting in the formation of layers on the surface of a substrate / object from reactants transformed into a gas state. The process is carried out at a temperature of 400-1100°C, in an atmosphere containing gases of chemical compounds of the metal constituting the basic component of a given layer – halides of a given element and hydrocarbon, nitrogen, hydrogen or argon. The substrate-coating connection is the result of a chemical reaction at the surface between the substrate components and the gas phase reactants.