Huizhou Tianyi rare material Co., Ltd

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Alloy Evaporation Material


High Pure Alloy Evaporation (deposition) Material


Pure Metal Evaporation Material    Alloy Evaporation Material        Noble metal Evaporation Material    

Compound (Oxide, Fluoride, Sulfide, Selenide, Telluride, Mixture) Evaporation Material


Shape: shots, pellets, pieces, granules, rods, wires, sheet, tablets


Shots: 3mm diameter, 6mm diameter e.t.c

Pellets: 3mm dia. X 3mm L, 6mm dia. X 6mm L, 10mm dia. X 5mm L e.t.c

Pieces, Granules: 3-6mm, 3-8mm, 1-3mm, 3-12mm e.t.c

Rods: 1.5mm dia. X any Length, 2mm diameter, 3mm diameter, 5mm diameter, 10mm diameter e.t.c

Wires: 0.5mm diameter, 1.0mm diameter, 2mm diameter, 3mm diameter e.t.c

Sheet: 127 x 127 x 0.1mm thick, 50 x 50 x 0.5mm thick, 100 x 100 x 1mm thick, 203.2 x 203.2 x 0.5mm thick e.t.c



 Material Name



 Available Shape

 Nickel Chromium alloy



shots, pellets, pieces, granules, rods, wires

Indium Tin alloy




Aluminum Silicon alloy




Cobalt Iron alloy




Nickel Iron alloy alloy




Aluminum Copper alloy




Copper Manganese alloy




Indium Bismuth alloy






















About Evaporation material basic knowledge:

Evaporation is a type of vaporization of a liquid that occurs from the surface of a liquid into a gaseous phase that is not saturated with the evaporating substance. The other type of vaporization is boiling, which is characterized by bubbles of saturated vapor forming in the liquid phase. Steam produced in a boiler is another example of evaporation occurring in a saturated vapor phase. Evaporation that occurs directly from the solid phase below the melting point, as commonly observed with ice at or below freezing or moth crystals (napthalene or paradichlorobenzine), is called sublimation.


Application for Film deposition, Thin films may be deposited by evaporating a substance and condensing it onto a substrate, or by dissolving the substance in a solvent, spreading the resulting solution thinly over a substrate, and evaporating the solvent.

The rate of evaporation depends on the material and such factors as the temperature, the surface area, amount of ventilation, and the pressure exerted on the surface


Thermal vacuum deposition is one method for fabricating thin films under a high vacuum environment also addressed as "thermal evaporation method". With this method, an electron beam (e-beam) or resistive heating is usually used to evaporate the desired material inside the vacuum coating chamber, which then adheres to a substrate placed above it. This method can classified as a form of PVD, which stands for physical vapor deposition, and is suitable for fabricating high-quality thin films with thicknesses on the order of nanometers on glass, plastic, films, metals, and almost any other kind of material. An e-beam can be used to melt evaporation material with melting points even above 2000 degree, which are common for thin films on optical components, some of which consist of more than 300 layers.


Some of the characteristics of a good optical thin film are as follows: good transmittance, low absorption, stable refractive index, high packing density, low scattering, low stress, reasonable hardness, good adhesion, chemical stability, environmental resistance. Among the several parameters that influence thin film quality, the choice of evaporation material is critically important.


Wide application as a thin film material:

Our evaporation material can be used to manufacture the following:

optical thin film coatings such as AR coatings, HR coatings, and coatings for most optical filters

functional thin film coatings such as transparent conductive coatings

protective overcoatings

coatings for gas barrier applications

antiwear films

heat-resistant coatings

colored decorative coatings

optical thin film coatings

coatings for laser optics applications

transparent conductive films, antistatic films, solar coatings


Evaporation materials   PVD coating materia    Thin Film coating materials  Optical vapour deposition materials   cathode evaporation material  Vacuum coater materials

Thin film deposition    Deposition condition     Parameters for thin film coating   Substrate temperature   Substrate condition

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