Denton Vacuum Receives Phoenix Order for Green Energy

MOORESTOWN, N.J., Aug. 30, 2023 ~ Denton Vacuum LLC, a leading provider of thin film deposition and etch systems, has recently received an order for their highly acclaimed Phoenix system. The system is designed for high-volume manufacturing of large area substrates used for green energy, display and semiconductor applications.

The Phoenix system is renowned for its cutting-edge technology and superior performance in depositing thin films with exceptional precision, uniformity and repeatability at high production volumes. These features make it ideal for the production of advanced, efficient and environmentally friendly energy solutions. Additionally, the Phoenix system's versatility extends to Denton's revolutionary PIB-CVD (Plasma Ion Beam – Chemical Vapor Deposition) applications. This groundbreaking technology allows for the deposition of high-quality thin films with unique functional properties, making it suitable for consumer displays, optics and semiconductors.

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Dr. David Douglass, VP Marketing and Technology at Denton Vacuum expressed his excitement about being chosen by a prominent renewable energy company to provide their high-volume production Phoenix system to drive down costs of green energy applications. He further added that the company's commitment to driving sustainable solutions aligns perfectly with the objectives of their customers in supporting the renewable energy sector.

Frank Cumbo, President and CEO of Denton Vacuum stated that the confidential green energy application combined with exploration of PIB-CVD technology highlights Denton Vacuum's dedication to pushing boundaries of innovation and sustainability. By collaborating with industry leaders in green energy, consumer display and semiconductor research, the company aims to make a significant impact on global environmental challenges as well as technological advancements such as sensors on displays.
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