Ceramics & Glasses

707 Executive Blvd., Valley Cottage, NY 10989, USA

Aremco’ Equipment Division manufactures a series of high reliability equipment for the electronics, ceramics and metallurgical industries including: (1)Screen Printers for thick-film microelectronics, liquid crystal displays, brazing, and photovoltaics; and (2) Furnaces for heat treating, assaying and powder metallurgy.
Aremco’s advanced material division is a leader in the development and production of technical ceramics, adhesives, coatings, sealants and potting compounds for applications to 3200 ºF. These materials are used throughout industry in the design of sensors, electrical components and analytical instruments. Industries served include automotive, aerospace, chemical processing, metallurgical, power generation and semiconductor.

Aremco’s Crystalbond™ and Wafer-Mount™ adhesives are ideal materials for temporarily mounting products that require dicing, polishing, and other machining processes. These adhesives exhibit high bond strength and adhere readily to metals, glass and ceramics. When processing is complete, reheating and cleaning with one of Aremco’s environmentally friendly cleaning agents removes these adhesives.

http://www.aremco.com/
Fax: +1 (845) 268 0041
Arradiance, LLC, Sudbury MA, USA
142 North Rd., Ste. F-150, Sudbury, MA 01776, USA

Founded in 2003, Arradiance® combines unique talents in material science, charged particle physics, equipment design, modeling, simulation, vacuum technology, and metrology providing world class application of Atomic Layer Deposition(ALD) and Plasma Enhanced Deposition(PEALD) to the GEMStar XT product line.

With a concentration in Atomic Layer Deposition, charged particle physics and amplification, Arradiance is the first to develop and demonstrate the capability of producing high gain, low noise, and long life micro channel amplifiers. Using Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) materials and equipment, Arradiance offers a new approach to electron amplification devices replacing the legacy traditional lead-glass/hydrogen firing process developed in 1960’s currently used for all state-of-the-art MCP applications.

Arradiance Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) technology enables research in many areas:
MCP (Micro Channel Plate) Electron Amplification
Catalysis Systems
Medical Imaging
Space Sciences
Solar Cells
Night Vision
Alternative Energy
Thermal and Fast Neutron Detection

http://www.arradiance.com
55 Commerce Rd., Cedar Grove, NJ 07009, USA

Since 1924, Cargille Laboratories has been providing specialized services to a broad range of laboratory sciences. Cargille develops and manufactures optical liquids calibrated for refractive indices for use throughout the many laboratory disciplines involving microscopy and optics. Advances for the microscopy field continually develop from Cargille Laboratories’™ research.
Cargille has also consistently led in the development and standardization of immersion oils for over 50 years. Cargille immersion oils meet or exceed the ISO 8036-1 Standard, and in fact, Cargille served as a member of the U.S. delegation to the International Standards Organization and helped write the ISO specifications for immersion oils in conjunction with microscope manufacturers, experts, and users worldwide.
Other major products which Cargille concentrates on include highly stable Laser Liquids, mounting medias, optical gels, fused silica matching liquids, comminuted optical glass & mineralogical reference standards, viscosity tubes, beakers, Sink-Floats®, Heavy Liquids®, and other scientific and laboratory specialties.

www.cargille.com
Centorr Vacuum Industries, Nashua NH, USA
55 Northeastern Blvd,, Nashua, NH 03062, USA

Centorr/Vacuum Industries is a vacuum furnace manufacturer based in Nashua, NH. They have achieved their position of technical leadership in the advanced design high-temperature vacuum furnaces and control atmosphere furnaces by delivering innovative solutions to challenging high temperature materials processing problems.

Standard vacuum furnaces are available for high temperature sintering, hot pressing for powder compaction or diffusion bonding, vacuum heat treating, precision vacuum brazing, and thermal heat treatment. These designs are augmented by specialized, custom-designed vacuum furnaces for chemical vapor deposition, Graphitization, Graphite Purification, and induction melting. These techniques and processes are used worldwide for a wide range of metal and ceramic materials at various stages during conversion from raw materials to finished product.

High Temperature Vacuum and Controlled Atmosphere Furnaces for Research:

Systems Available:
Complete systems ready to ship
Standard furnace designs
Customized furnace designs
Advanced prototype systems

Furnace System Capabilities:
Advanced prototype systems
Complete systems ready to ship
Standard furnace designs
Customized furnace designs
Advanced prototype systems

http://www.vacuum-furnaces.com/
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103 Dewey Street, Bloomfield, N.J. 07003, USA

Lab furnaces by CM Furnaces feature temperatures up to 1800°C and sealed designs that support atmosphere control necessary for advanced processes including heat treating, sintering, annealing, glass or ceramic firing, calcining, and most reductive and reactive processes.Many standard box chamber sizes from 48 to 4096 cubic inches with larger sizes customizable.

CM Rapid Temp Series laboratory furnaces and kilns in various configurations.
Configurations of CM Laboratory Furnaces include:
Front Loading Box Furnace (FL)
Bottom Loading Box Furnace (BL)
Thermal Cycling Box Furnace
Gas-Sealed Box Furnace (FL)
Horizontal Tube Furnace (HTF)
Vertical Tube Furnace (VTF)
Additionally CM furnaces maintains a strong custom engineering team capable of modifying your lab furnace to highly individual specs, or adding common options like chimney’s, view ports, gas injectors, or advanced thermal control capabilities.

Products:
Lab Furnaces
Continuous Furnaces
Industrial Batch Furnaces
Muffle Furnaces
Strand Annealers
Debinding Ovens
Resources / Industry Links
Coils & Filaments
Parts & Service

https://cmfurnaces.com/
One Riverfront Plaza, Corning, NY 14831, USA

Materials science is a broad field of study exploring the vast potential of solid matter in a boundless array of applications. By bringing together various scientific disciplines like chemistry, biology, and physics, materials scientists delve into the world of solid matter at the molecular level. They seek to understand the complex inner structure of a material; its various properties; how processing can change it; and what it can do.
The creativity, curiosity, technical knowledge, and persistence of materials scientists has resulted in more life-changing innovations than most of us can imagine. Powerful semiconductors, artificial joints, housing to withstand the stormiest weather — all these are the innovative work of materials scientists and their teams in the lab.
At Corning, the material of glass has captured our imagination since 1851. We’ve expanded that knowledge to include ceramics and polymers, and in so doing have become one of the world’s leading materials science innovators.
Our materials science discoveries have changed the way people communicate, learn, and enjoy life; they’ve cleaned the air and enabled new medicines. Each generation builds on the knowledge of those who have come before — and with each new discovery, more doors open, making the life-enhancing applications nearly limitless.

https://www.corning.com
355 South Technology Drive, Central Islip, NY 11722, USA

CVD Equipment Corporation designs, develops, and manufactures process equipment solutions for R&D, pilot, and production applications. Our products include a complete array of turnkey solutions such as chemical vapor deposition systems, gas & liquid delivery cabinets, gas panels, and related gas abatement systems. CVD Equipment Corporation’s headquarters and application laboratory are located on Long Island, New York, USA:

Designs, develops, and manufactures: custom and standard Chemical Vapor Deposition systems.
Recognized leader: a key equipment provider to industry; blue-chip companies; innovative startups; leading university, industrial, and government research laboratories for over 30 years.
Proprietary edge: a significant library of homegrown solutions and know-how for intricate processes across a broad range of applications in aerospace, medical, semiconductor, solar, glass coating, nanomaterials, superconducting materials, etc.
Vertically integrated: design and manufacturing enables rapid system development. We procure raw materials & components and deliver finished systems.
Turnkey systems: includes instrumentation, process control software, gas delivery, process chambers, vacuum systems, and exhaust abatement equipment.
Application laboratory: product and material development.

https://www.cvdequipment.com/
Tel: +1 631.981.7081
276 Addison Rd., Windsor, CT 06095, USA

Darly Custom Technology is a worldwide manufacturer of vacuum coating systems for the converting, electronics, optical, mobile phone, automotive, and nano industries.
Our high-performance vacuum web coaters, batch metallizers and optical thin-film coaters provide different types of coatings for a variety of materials including plastic films, paper, glass, ceramics, metals and plastics. Some of the company’s product applications include automotive, mobile phone, optics, converting, nano technology, medical, electronics, and textiles.
Company History.
Darly Custom Technology evolved after a series of business events that would affect the vacuum technology industry in the U.S. and throughout the worldwide.
A leading global manufacturer and distributor of vacuum coaters and products the company is headquartered in Windsor Connecticut.
Darly’s Family of Coating Systems and Products.
Darly designs, develops and manufactures many types of vacuum coating systems, sub-systems and spare parts for a wide variety of coating applications. All Darly coaters are designed to maximize uptime, cut production costs, and increase production rates by running up to 24 hours a day with easy access, operating and maintenance.
Our coating systems include vacuum web coaters, thin-film coaters, multi-layer thin film coaters, batch metallizers, Swift-Kote rapid cycle and cluster device that is designed to mount and metallize a small number of 3D plastic substrates in 20 seconds or less.
Most thin-film deposition applications can be met by Darly’s standard range of systems and accessories. However, Darly engineers can develop a special unit to match, if your process commands a unique custom design.

http://www.darlytech.net/
EDAX Corporation, Mahwah NJ, USA
91 McKee Drive, Mahwah, NJ 07430, USA

EDAX is the global leader in Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy (EDS), Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD), Wavelength Dispersive X-ray Spectrometry (WDS), Micro X-ray Fluorescence (Micro-XRF) and X-ray Metrology systems. EDAX manufactures, markets, and services high-quality products and systems for leading companies in semiconductors, metals, and geological, biological, material and ceramics markets.

Since its founding in 1962, EDAX has utilized its knowledge and expertise to develop ultra-sensitive silicon radiation sensors, digital electronics and specialized application software that facilitate solutions to research, development and industrial requirements.
EDAX is a unit of AMETEK Materials Analysis Division. AMETEK, Inc. is a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electric motors with annualized sales of more than $1.8 billion.

Materials Science Products include:
EDS
EBSD
WDS
Integrated Technologies
Micro-XRF
X-ray Metrology

http://www.edax.com
6416 Inducon Dr. West, Sanborn, NY 14132, USA

Edwards is a leading developer and manufacturer of sophisticated vacuum products, abatement solutions and related value-added services. Our products are integral to manufacturing processes for semiconductors, flat panel displays, LEDs and solar cells; are used within an increasingly diverse range of industrial processes including power, glass and other coating applications, steel and other metallurgy, pharmaceutical and chemical; and for both scientific instruments and a wide range of R&D applications.

Products include:
High Vacuum Pump Products for Research & Development Laboratories: We offer a broad range of vacuum products to meet the challenges of today’s research and development laboratories. Collaboration with major scientific instrument manufacturers, universities and major research institutes ensures a deep understanding of research and the role that vacuum plays. Our focus on technological advancement in vacuum as well as investment in R&D enables us to develop the innovative products that meet your specific application requirements.
Laboratory Vacuum Pumps & Gauging Technology for Scientific Instrument Applications:
We are a technology leader in the manufacture of vacuum pumps, gauging and systems with products specifically designed to meet the evolving challenges of new techniques and more cost effective instruments. Using leading edge vacuum technology, our high quality vacuum pumps and controllers provide a clean vacuum environment with enhanced performance and excellent reliability.

Vacuum Pump Systems:
For Manufacturers of Microelectronic Devices, including Semiconductors, Edwards offers a unique range of equipment solutions, support services and technical expertise to meet application needs in the manufacture of microelectronic devices, including silicon and compound semiconductors

http://www.edwardsvacuum.com
Fax: (866) 484-5218