Photographic Films

(25 companies)
Photographic films are plastic sheets used to capture images by exposing the layers of plastic to light for specific periods of time, depending on the quality. They consist of sheets of plastic coated with an emulsion that forms a latent image when exposed to light.

TLD and Film Badges

(16 companies)
Thermoluminescent dosimeters (TLDs) and film badges offer delayed-read measurements of cumulative exposure to ionizing radiation. They are commonly worn by personnel.

Thin Film Monitors

(58 companies)
Thin film monitors are used to analyze and/or control thin film deposition rate, composition and properties.

Sheet and Film Dies

(17 companies)
Sheet and film dies, also referred to as slit dies, create large, thin expanses of plastic material from extruded polymers.

Thin Film Equipment

(325 companies)
Thin film equipment uses vacuum processing for the modification of surfaces using CVD, PVD, plasma etching, and thermal oxidation or ion implantation.
Instruments such as quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) monitors, ellipsometers, RHEED systems, imaging stations, CD-SEMs, ion mills, C-V systems specifically designed for wafer metrology or in-situ monitoring of thin film parameters during thin film or semiconductors wafer processing.
Metallized and coated films have a coating or thin metal film for decorative or functional applications.

Thick Film Materials

(12 companies)
Thick film materials are metal conductor pastes or dielectric ceramic pastes. They are screen printed and fired to produce circuits, resistors, capacitors, and interconnects for electronic devices on ceramic substrates.

Rubber Sheets and Films

(38 companies)
Rubber sheets and films are flat expanses of conformable rubber or elastomeric material that can be used for vibration dampening, equipment protection and isolation, and many other applications.
Shrink wrap and stretch films are used to hold items together in packaging and palleting applications.
Plastic sheet and plastic film are flat pieces of plastic formed to a precise thickness for use in specific applications. Products differ in terms of chemical systems, properties, and dimensions.

Thin Film Sources

(78 companies)
Thin film sources consist of magnetrons, evaporation thermal units, ion beams and other sources that produce deposition materials (vapors or ions) in a thin film system.
Pressure indicating films use microencapsulated inks or transfer coatings to visually indicate, measure, and/or map the contact stress or pressure changes across a surface. They consist of one or two sheets and have separate color-forming and color-developing layers.

Thin Film Materials

(199 companies)
Thin film materials are high purity materials and chemicals such as precursor gases, sputtering targets, or evaporation filaments used to form or modify thin film deposits and substrates.
Thin film coating services apply very thin layers of specialized materials to part surfaces. They perform processes such chemical vapor deposition (CVD), physical vapor deposition (PVD), ion implantation, electrochemical deposition (ECD), plasma etching, rapid thermal processing (RTP), and titanium nitride coating.