Medical Device Coatings for the Healthcare Industry
Medical devices often require functional coatings for performance and bio-compatibility. Since these devices typically have complex geometries with tight tolerances, a coating technology needs to be applied that can uniformly coat the surface. Chemical vapor deposition is the best choice in many cases since it also generates dense, high-purity, thin films with a high degree of material composition control.
Benefits of Tantalum for Orthopedics Implants
Chemical Vapor Deposition Tantalum Processing
Chemical vapor infiltration (CVI) is a chemical vapor deposition (CVD) process that is performed at low pressures to allow for coating the internal surfaces of porous materials having complex shapes and geometries. Using heat and low pressure, precursor vapors penetrate the pores or fibers of the material and deposit to form a conformal coating on the internal surfaces.
CVI System Features & Options
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