Thermal evaporation (resistance evaporation) is a coating method employed during physical vapor deposition. The material that is to form the subsequent layer is heated in a vacuum chamber until it evaporates. The vapor formed by the material condenses on the substrate and forms the required layer. Molybdenum boats share properties with their source material, either pure molybdenum or molybdenum alloy. These are formed from processed molybdenum plates that have undergone cutting, folding, riveting, and/or welding. The boat shapes can be molded according to customers' requirements, including round, rectangular, square, and trapezoidal, and so on.
Standard: ASTM B386
Molybdenum Boat Applications
Molybdenum boats are widely used as the boat in electric light source, rare earth industry, nuclear fuel, electronic ceramics, and a high proportion of sintering industry. These are also used as carrying boats and related parts of the high-temperature furnace of machines.
Molybdenum Boat Specifications
AEM can provide bending, folding, riveting, pressing, and welding molybdenum boats according to our customers’ requirements. Molybdenum boats are manufactured by our special production line and elaborately made from molybdenum plates with high-quality. Our molybdenum boat has high purity, high-density, varied types, stable performance, and longer service life, which will help you to save your cost.
Wall thickness: 0.3mm-10mm
Acceptable working temperature: No higher than 1800°C
Regular working temperature: 1250°C
Molybdenum Boat Package
Our molybdenum boats are wrapped in foam and packaged in plywood cases to ensure safe storage and transportation.
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