Breakthrough Processes Enabling New Technologies
Corrosion and Wear Coatings
Turbine Engine Hot Section Coatings
Directed Vapor Deposition is the Next Generation E-beam Physical Vapor Deposition
Non-Line-of-Sight | High Deposition Rate | High Throughput
DVTI is active in several markets including high rate production processes for advanced battery and other energy storage materials, functional coatings for fibers (polymers, carbon fibers and carbon nano-tubes), non-toxic wear and corrosion resistance coatings and coating equipment and thermal barrier coatings (TBCs) and environmental barrier coatings (EBCs) for gas turbine engines.
Production Coating Services
DVTI offers contract, coating services for standard coatings as well as customer coating specifications. The DVD coating process is a low cost, high throughput process allowing us to be very competitive pricing and with the modern, state-of-the-art production coating equipment we are well suited to meet your production coating needs.
Advanced Functional Fibers
DVTI manufactures a wide range of advanced functional fibers for integration into your systems. Our coatings give high performance fibers multifunctional capabilities such as electrical conductivity or enhanced electrical conductivity. There are many different types of coating materials (copper, nickel, silver, etc.) available on many types of fibers (polymers, aramids, glass, carbon fiber and carbon nanotubes. We are happy to customize a coating and fiber combination to meet your requirements.
Advanced Coating Design & Research
DVTI is an industry leader with expertise and capabilities in the engineering and application of complex coatings for a broad range of functional purposes for many applications and industries. DVTI has extensive knowledge in the development on specialized coatings to meet your unique coating challenge. We have in house engineering capabilities to conduct the research and development process.
WHY CHOOSE US?
Derek Hass –
Vice President of Research & Development
Dr. Hass is a leading researcher in the area of electron beam vapor deposition techniques and the development of advanced coating compositions. He received a Ph.D. From the Univ. of Virginia and was a research scientist in the intelligent processing of materials laboratory at UVA prior to leading the research and development at Directed Vapor Technologies.