About CVD Diamond
CVD diamond applications include multispectral laser optics, dielectric windows, heat sinks, and more.
Diamond is the ultimate material for a wide variety of applications because of its outstanding physical properties, including extreme hardness and strength, high thermal conductivity, low thermal expansion, excellent dielectric properties, resistance to chemical attack, and optical transmission over a wide spectral range.
We produces high-quality polycrystalline CVD diamond substrates in its state-of-the-art growth and fabrication facilities. The material is grown using a plasma-assisted chemical vapor deposition process, laser-cut to the required dimensions, and the surface is finished to the customer’s specification. Other special fabrication services are available, such as edge-grinding, laser-engraving, and optical assembly design and fabrication. II-VI Advanced Materials specializes in advanced optical coatings for diamond substrates, including AR, HR, and TFP for single wavelength or multi-spectral applications.
Some of the products that can be supplied by II-VI include:
- High-power CO2 laser windows (10µm range) for industrial laser applications
- High-power multi-spectral laser windows for industrial or research applications.
- High-power millimeter-wave windows for fusion and directed energy applications
- Heat spreaders for extreme thermal management applications
- Products for mechanical applications requiring ultra-hard materials.
For more information about CVD Diamond products and applications, contact a II-VI Advanced Materials sales and support representative.
Major CVD Diamonds Applications
- CO2 Laser Windows(10.6µm)
- High Power Industrial Leasers
- High Power Microwave Windows
- Gyrotrons, Fusion Reactors
- Radar, Directed Energy Weapons
- Thermal Management
- Heat Sinks