Microwave Chemical Vapour Deposition System, Microwave Plasma CVD System, Mumbai, India

Microwave Chemical Vapour Deposition System

Kerone Engineering Solutions ltd has long been the world’s leading provider of microwave plasma CVD diamond systems. Kerone Engineering Solutions ltd has increased and expanded the manufacturing line and delivered many advanced diamond deposition systems worldwide. Kerone Engineering Solutions ltd currently offers the industry’s broadest choice of standard and custom systems and method solutions for diamond and advanced carbon material synthesis, serving a spectrum of applications.

CVD diamond grown by microwave plasma technology is the highest quality diamond manufactured by man with properties equal to or higher than natural diamond. Diamond represents the material with best possible properties in a wide range of advanced material applications. Microwave Enterprises brings years of experience to the production of lab fully grown, CVD diamond with each proprietary CVD equipment technology and relationships with the largest makers of CVD diamond within the world.

Whether your interest is in basic analysis of CVD diamond method parameters or implementation of quality lab grown diamond material for your specific application, Microwave Enterprises has the method equipment to meet your needs. Our objective is to provide the most reliable and flexible method equipment available in the industry.

Kerone Engineering Solutions ltd delivers the best quality microwave plasma Chemical Vapour Deposition for artificial diamond films and highest growth rates available in the industry. They’re respected for their exceptional dependability, method flexibility, repeatability and vacuum integrity, giving superior performance even for the most demanding applications.

Advantages :
  • High-purity diamond
  • High growth rate
  • Non-contamination
  • Precise doping control
  • Excellent process stability & repeatability
  • High reliability
  • Wide-range process control
Applications :
  • Microcrystalline
  • Nanocrystalline
  • Homoepitaxy
  • Doped Films
  • Hydrogenation