For many years, vapor deposited coatings have been incorporated in products to provide functionality that could not be achieved otherwise. Sometimes these coatings act as a barrier, providing protection from the environment or surface wear resistance. In other instances, they are active components in an engineered system, storing energy in advanced battery systems or conducting electricity in lightweight composite wires. In many cases, it is only through the use of a coating that engineers can meet their performance specifications, yet applying coatings can be costly. Directed Vapor Deposition (DVD) dramatically reduces the trade-off between performance and cost and opens the way to cost-effective production of more sophisticated coatings.

Types of Coatings

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Environmental Barrier for Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMC’s)

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Metal Alloy Development

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Antimicrobial and Bio-Compatible