Introducing Everest Coatings

Everest Coatings was founded in 1996 as a spin-off company of the Laboratory for Inorganic Chemistry of the Delft University of Technology. We are specialised in the development and production of ceramic coatings using Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD). With this technique dense and truly conformal 3D coatings can be produced from gaseous species at elevated temperatures. The three main advantages of ceramic materials compared to metals are their extreme hardness, high temperature resistance and extremely high chemical resistance.

Ceramic coatings are typically used (a) as protective coatings (against corrosion, chemicals, and molten metals etc), (b) in high temperature applications, (c) optical applications, and (d) electrical applications (coatings can be made either electrical conducting or electrical insolating).
Ceramic Coatings that are currently being produced include Silicon Carbide (SiC) Silicon oxide (SiO2), Titanium dioxide (TiO2), Iron oxide (Fe2O3) and Zirconium oxide (ZrO2)

Materials that can be coated include steel, quartz, titanium metal, molybdenum, tungsten, silicon, silicon nitride, glass and graphite.

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Everest Coatings   Radex Innovation Centre Rotterdamseweg 183c 2629 HD Delft The Netherlands Tel: +31-15-268 25 97 Fax: +31-15-268 25 30