How was the new Molecular Vapor Deposition (MVD) technology developed for protecting electronic circuit boards?

The Molecular Vapor Deposition (MVD®) process was found in 2003 by the SPTS MVD group located in San Jose, California.

SPTS provided Nano-film technology processing, equipment and coating services, supplying to multiple markets including:

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.

Coating LEDs with Molecular Vapor Deposition (MVD)

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Coating LEDs to protect them from the harsh environments they are placed in is big business.

The volume of manufactured LEDs globally is growing at an exponential rate and there is no end in sight.

However, the challenges to protect the LEDs from long-term failure are not small especially in an outdoor environment.

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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