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    Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) Furnace

    Chemical vapour deposition furnaces (or CVD furnaces) are used to create a thin layer or deposit, protecting mechanical parts from corrosion or oxidation. Labec CVD furnaces use a horizontal tube furnace system and three way gas control system, available in varying tube sizes and operating temperatures of +1700ºC.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is a CVD furnace?

    A CVD (Chemical Vapour Deposition) furnace is used to deposit thin films from a gas state (vapour) to a solid state on a substrate through chemical reactions.

    How does chemical vapour deposition work?

    Chemical vapour deposition involves gases reacting or decomposing on a heated substrate, creating a solid material that coats the substrate.

    How does a CVD machine work?

    A CVD furnace heats a substrate and introduces gas-phase chemicals. These chemicals react or decompose on the substrate’s surface, forming a solid layer.

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    What is an example of a chemical vapour deposition?

    An example of chemical vapour deposition is creating a thin film of silicon carbide on silicon wafers (substrate) used in semiconductor devices.