Gencoa planar rectangular magnetrons combine low ownership cost, robust design and highly-optimized magnetics to produce a reliable product delivering high performance. Our rectangular magnetrons are in use in almost every type of industrial coating application including Semiconductor, architectural glass and display coating.
A unique design incorporating 'zero-height' anodes prevent short circuits during processes and reduce dust and defects in the coatings. All sources incorporate rear flange plate cooling as standard and additional anode water cooling is optional.
Depending on the application, Gencoa can configure individual cathodes to meet specific process requirements and limitations. An OEM proprietary magnetron design and manufacture service is also offered, and cathode CAD dimensional data can be downloaded in 2D and 3D formats using Gencoa's drawing generator (registration required).
High Yield (HY) range achieve 40% target utilization and are recommended for applications where increased machine up-time or reduced material costs are required.
Metallizer (MZ) range is designed for high-rate metallizing of webs, car parts and decorative applications. Using specially-designed thick profiled targets and high water flows, the MZ range can increase the machine up-time by 100%.
Vtech (VTER) range is dedicated to ion assisted deposition processes, where the degree of plasma impact on the growing film can be automatically varied by in-situ changing of the magnetic field.
Ferromagnetic (HS) and (Loop) sputtering options for up to 6mm Nickel and 2mm Iron by (HS) magnetics or custom magnetic arrangement to suit ferromagnetic materials in Gencoa (Loop) magnetics.
High Uniformity (HU) magnetics for optimised magnetic field uniformity for demanding applications. This is beyond Gencoa standard magnetic field scanning and QC and can provide magnetic field uniformities of better than 1% (TBC)
- 22-25 June 2020 - HIPIMS Conference
- 28 June - 1 July 2020 - International Conference on Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD 2020)
- 6-11 September 2020 - Plasma Surface Engineering
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