Chemical vapor deposition (CVD) is a coating technique that employs gaseous reagents and thermally induced chemical reactions on a heated substrate's surface. These processes may or may not involve the substrate material.
Plasma aided CVD is one of several similar methods for creating diamond thin films with desirable properties such as high hardness and low friction. CVD is commonly used to generate conformal coatings and alter substrate surfaces in ways that conventional surface modification techniques cannot. CVD is highly useful for producing very thin layers of material in the atomic layer deposition process.
COVID-19 Impact Analysis
- COVID-19 has the potential to have three significant consequences on the global economy, directly affecting production and demand, disrupting supply chains and marketplaces, and having a financial impact on enterprises and financial markets.
- During this pandemic, growing demand for microelectronics such as laptops, storage devices, mobile phones, and other electronic items is driving the worldwide chemical vapor deposition (CVD) industry.
- Other factors that are expected to fuel expansion in the global chemical vapor deposition (CVD) market over the projected period include growing industrialization in developing economies and national government assistance for private investment.
Top Impacting Factors
Metals used in microelectronics manufactures, such as aluminum and copper, are frequently deposited using CVD processes. In integrated circuits, copper CVD is commonly utilized as a replacement. The Indian semiconductor sector has a lot of room for expansion because sectors that buy semiconductors from India are in high demand. India is thought to have a burgeoning electronics system design manufacturing (ESDM) industry, which is propelling the market forward. The market's growth is projected to be hampered by the high capital expenditure required for CVD technology.
- Advanced electronic conductors and insulators, as well as associated structures such as diffusion barriers and high thermal conductivity substrates, are all designed and processed using CVD (heat sinks). In CVD-produced conductors and insulators, materials such as titanium nitride, silicon nitride, silicon oxide, diamond, and aluminum nitride are employed.
- CVD is a standard technique for fabricating thin films of semiconductors, conductors, and insulators, among other electronic materials.
- Aluminum has long been the metal of choice in semiconductor devices for electrical conductors. It evaporates quickly and may be treated using CVD at a low temperature.
- CVD copper competes directly with sputtering, which is still the most used production technology now. The most likely CVD applications of superconductors to reach the practical level are coatings for semiconductors and other electronics-related applications. The semiconductor industry is increasingly shifting away from aluminum and toward copper for chip metallization.
- The process of chemical vapor deposition is widely employed in the production of solar cells. The process has a wide range of applications in solar cell manufacture, from crystalline silicon deposition in crystalline-silicon solar cells to the deposition of a variety of materials in thin high-performance film solar cells. As the cost of solar modules falls, the market for solar panels is expected to grow in the coming years. Material efficiency improvements, manufacturing optimization, and economies of scale are all contributing to the decline
- The chemical vapor deposition (CVD) business is somewhat consolidated. In terms of market share, a few large corporations now dominate the business. Among the prominent competitors in the chemical vapor deposition (CVD) market are Veeco Instruments Inc., ULVAC Inc., IHI Ionbond AG, Applied Materials Inc., and OC Oerlikon Corporation AG.
- CVD copper is directly competing with sputtering, which is still the predominant manufacturing method at this time. Coatings for semiconductors and other electronics-related applications are the most probable CVD uses of superconductors to reach the practical level. For chip metallization, the semiconductor industry is rapidly moving away from aluminum and toward copper.
Key Benefits of the Report
- This study presents the analytical depiction of the chemical vapor deposition industry along with the current trends and future estimations to determine the imminent investment pockets.
- The report presents information related to key drivers, restraints, and opportunities along with a detailed analysis of the chemical vapor deposition market share.
- The current market is quantitatively analyzed to highlight the chemical vapour deposition market growth scenario.
- Porter’s five forces analysis illustrates the potency of buyers & suppliers in the market.
- The report provides a detailed chemical vapour deposition market analysis based on competitive intensity and how the competition will take shape in coming years
Questions Answered in the Chemical Vapour Deposition Market Report
- Who are the leading market players active in the chemical vapour deposition market?
- What current trends will influence the market in the next few years?
- What are the driving factors, restraints, and opportunities in the market?
- What future projections would help in taking further strategic steps?
Chemical Vapor Deposition Market Report Highlights
By End-Use Industry
Key Market Players
Edge Chemicals, Nanoplas Technologies, United Technology & Industrial Solutions, HKclosed Jauchem & Mould, N2 Chemical Solutions, Shinchem Energy Solutions, Entegris, Axis Chemicals, CVD1 Equipment Corporation, AccuSputtering Ltd.