Bekaert VDS n.v

Date: 28 September 2002
Source: Bekaert
Bekaert VDS’s proven rotating magnetron technology now on the marketOver the last decade, Bekaert VDS has played a leading role in the development of advanced rotating magnetrons and enabling hardware.

These products have been implemented successfully worldwide for DC and AC sputter processes.

The company is doing continuous efforts to refine and improve its sputter products and to develop new sputter materials and sputter hardware tailored to the customer’s specific needs.

The recent introduction of complete sputter systems is a clear proof of Bekaert VDS’s on-going commitment to the rotating magnetron technology. These dual-cathode systems include all components needed for the coating process (end-blocks, magnet bars, gas distribution, anodes, PLC control, electronics, targets etc.) and can be integrated with various types of glass coaters.

For more information on applications, technical properties and coating technology contact us:

Koen Staelens
Hall 12 / Booth 12C19
Bekaert VDS n.v.
E 3 Laan 75/79
Tel:+32 9 381 6161
Fax: +32 9 380 0667

600450 Bekaert VDS n.v
Date: 28 September 2002
Source: Bekaert

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