Vacuum Deposition Onto Webs, Films And Foils by Charles Bishop

Vacuum Deposition Onto Webs, Films And Foils

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Hardcover | August 18, 2015

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Vacuum Deposition onto Webs: Films and Foils, Third Edition,provides the latest information on vacuum deposition, the technology that applies an even coating to a flexible material that can be held on a roll, thereby offering a much faster and cheaper method of bulk coating than deposition onto single pieces or non-flexible surfaces such as glass.

This technology has been used in industrial-scale applications for some time, including a wide range of metalized packaging. Its potential as a high-speed, scalable process has seen an increasing range of new products emerging that employ this cost-effective technology, including solar energy products that are moving from rigid panels onto cheaper and more versatile flexible substrates, flexible electronic circuit boards , and flexible displays.

In this third edition, all chapters are thoroughly revised with a significant amount of new information added, including newly developed barrier measurement techniques, improved in-vacuum monitoring technologies, and the latest developments in Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD).



  • Provides the know-how to maximize productivity of vacuum coating systems
  • Thoroughly revised with a significant amount of new information added, including newly developed barrier measurement techniques, improved in-vacuum monitoring technologies, and the latest on Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD)
  • Presents the latest information on vacuum deposition, the technology that applies an even coating to a flexible material that can be held on a roll, thereby offering a much faster and cheaper method of bulk coating
  • Enables engineers to specify systems more effectively and enhances dialogue between non-specialists and suppliers/engineers
  • Empowers those in rapidly expanding fields such as solar energy, display panels, and flexible electronics to unlock the potential of vacuum coating to transform their processes and products

About The Author

Charles started his working life as an apprentice in mechanical engineering finishing as a toolmaker. He has a degree in Materials Engineering and Masters and Doctorate Degrees by research in vacuum deposition onto polymer webs. He now has accumulated over 35 years experience in vacuum deposition onto webs with the last 15 spent runnin...
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Title:Vacuum Deposition Onto Webs, Films And FoilsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:602 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:August 18, 2015Publisher:William Andrew PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0323296440

ISBN - 13:9780323296441

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Table of Contents

1. What is a Vacuum?

2. Products using Vacuum Deposited Coatings onto Films or Foils

3. Pressure Measurement

4. Pumping

5. Process Diagnostics and Coating Characteristics

6. Leaks, Water Vapour and Leak Testing

7. Mass Spectrometers, Helium Leak Detectors and Residual Gas Analysers

8. Substrates, Surface Quality, Cleaning, Adhesion and Adhesion Testing

9. Adhesion and Adhesion Tests

10. Surface Treatment of Webs and Foils

11. Polymer Coatings

12. Nucleation, Coalescence and Film Growth

13. Pattern Metallization

14. The D.C. Glow Discharge or Plasma

15. Electron Beam (E-beam) Evaporation

16. Thermal Evaporation

17. Radiant Heated and Induction Heated Sources

18. Chemical Vapour Deposition onto Webs and Foils

19. ALD

20. Planar Magnetron Sputtering Source Design and Operation

21. Planar Magnetron Design Options

22. Reactive Deposition, Set-up and Control

23. Machine Specification and Build Issues and Risk Analysis Process

24. Heat Load onto Webs and Foils

25. Process Variables

26. Mechanical Design

27. Winding Webs in Vacuum

28. Machine Building Trends

29. System Design

30. Hazards

31. Troubleshooting

32. Final Thoughts