Batch Double Door NCVM Coating Machine
DAH YOUNG’s vertical double door NCVM vacuum coating equipment is specially designed for batch-coated products requiring electrical isolation such as mobile phones, notebooks, and other electronic products requiring surface treatments.
DAH YOUNG designed a vacuum pump system that enables the chamber to reach a vacuum of 2×10-4 Torr within 3 minutes, and 5×10-5 Torr within 5 minutes. The fast pumping speed will enhance the production ability and efficiency. Operator friendly touch screen panel with PLC control also insure production stability and efficiency.
On all vacuum exposed surfaces #304 stainless steel is used. O-Ring seals are used to insure a tight seal and provide ease of maintenance. DAH YOUNG has been involved in long-term research and development on how to improve the performance of our systems. We endeavor to design the most suitable coater to meet your production requirements. By using a DAH YOUNG vertical double door NCVM vacuum coater, production efficiency and quality will be enhanced with increased output.
- High Productivity and Quality Ensure.
- Repeatable, Reliable Color Effect.
- Special 3D Revolver Functions.
- Touch Screen Control with PLC.
- UL Approval for High Safety Standards.
- One Touch Auto Control.
1.Consumer electronic products
NCVM applications include mobile phones, notebooks and other consumer electronic products; unlike decorative coatings the NCVM has a metallic furnishing, and it is non-conductive to prevent interference of electromagnetic waves.
2.The interference of millimeter-wave radar car logos
Effectively prevent the interference of millimeter-wave radar car logos radio waves.With the increase in the proportion of new vehicles equipped with ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance System) and the development trend of autonomous vehicles, the demand for millimeter-wave radar as the main sensor has increased.
Among them, millimeter-wave radar car logos, can improve the penetration rate of radio waves through the NCVM non-conductive technology of Day Young Vacuum.