Chemical vapor infiltration (CVI) is a type of chemical vapor deposition process that is used to coat the internal surfaces of a porous material. Gaseous precursor chemicals penetrate the pores / fibers of the material and a solid coating is deposited on the internal surfaces.
What is chemical vapor infiltration (CVI)?
The FirstNano™ Easytube® range of R&D and pilot production systems can be configured for Chemical vapor infiltration (CVI) process development.
What can our FirstNano™ systems do?
CVI is used in the production of biocompatible materials, ceramic matrix composites, carbon/carbon composites, and filtration media.