CVT your specialist for Chemical Vapour Deposition, Chemical Vapor Infiltration & Technical Ceramics
Where industry encounters chemical and physical boundaries, CVT develop solutions which make it possible to work at the limit. The CVD and CVI processes make it possible to manufacture ceramics and carbon which are highly resistant and capable of withstanding enormous forces.
Through Chemical Vapour Deposition, CVT produce high-performance ceramics, from PBN crucibles and components to ceramic coatings and heater modules. These components are used in the manufacture von photovoltaic panels and OLED materials.
The CVI process, or Chemical Vapour Infiltration, is used to produce composite materials made of carbon (C/C), whereby gaseous carbon is transformed into a lightweight, heat- resistant and extremely abrasion-resistant material. This creates a carbon material which is used in brake discs or brake pads in Formula 1 vehicles or as nozzles or CFC components.
CVT are also specialists in the field of technical ceramics and for example offer dowels made of these. In particular, oxide ceramics such as aluminium oxide, zirconium oxide and silicon carbide or silicon nitride are used.
CVT manufacture components such as crucibles, dishes or finished plates and rings made of pyrolitic boron nitride or pyrolitic graphite by means of Chemical Vapour Deposition.
In addition to products of our own manufacture, CVT offer technical ceramics made of aluminium oxide (Al2O3), zirconium oxide (ZrO), silicon nitride (SiN) and similar materials.
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Your progress is our aspiration
Our aim is to continuously develop our expertise further. For this reason, rather than being content to rest on our current state of knowledge, we promote progress through different development programmes. We contribute our know-how to both sponsored and bilateral projects. For example, we develop technologies and materials in cooperation with our customers and partners.
Project themes include:
- New heating technologies for CVI
- New improved material properties for PBN
- New technologies for raw materials