Equipment for causing of vacuum coverages
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Vacuum unit model VU-1A
Intended for overcoating on optical details the method of capacitance-resistance and cathode-ray evaporation of dielectrics, semiconductor materials and metals with simultaneous control of thickness of coverage.
Vacuum unit model VU-2M
Intended for coating optical components by method resistive and electron-beam evaporation dielectrics, semiconductor materials and metals with simultaneous control of coating thickness.
The installation provided: pumping chamber, ionic cleaning and heating the components in an automatic mode; application of coatings in manual mode.
Vacuum unit model VU-800
Standardized gamma vacuum systems for applying vacuum coatings on optical components by resistive and electron-beam evaporation of dielectrics, semiconductors and metals with simultaneous photometric and quartz control coating thickness in automatic regime of pumping and process of precipitation.
Stabilization of process of coating and its management is carried out on the basis of built-in microcomputer with a color graphic display.
Vacuum unit model VU-3
Intended for deposition of in a variety of vacuum coating - metal, antireflection, interference, mirrored and other - on optical components for different regions of the spectrum by means of thermal and electron beam evaporation of different materials while controlling the optical thickness of the coating.
The configuration of computer of control system - Pentium.
Perspective is the use of the installation in the manufacture of microelectronics manufacturing technology for applying conductive, resistive and dielectric thin films with the specified parameters.
The installation provides a precision adjustment of optical components in a heating temperature range of 300 to 600 °C