Molecular Vapour Deposition

Ten reasons to use Molecular Vapor Deposition (MVD) in protecting electronic circuit boards

Molecular Vapor Deposition (MVD) is a new coating from Thin Film Partners that uses a hybrid coating process of alternating layers of ALD (Atomic Layer Deposition)  and CVD (Chemical Vapor Deposition) films combined with a hydrophobic final top coat.

The MVD method uses multiple alternate layers of these ultra-thin coatings with differing properties to build a completely protective coating.

MVD – An exciting new technology for Thin Film Partners

Want to apply an nano-scale coating that is completely uniform and conformal across all surfaces, hydrophobic and optically clear, but not wait forever for the deposition process?

Further, would you like that coating at a sensible price?

Then perhaps one of the newest additions to outline of coating processes, Molecular Vapour deposition (MVD), could be a solution for you.

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