CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- CVD Equipment Corporation (Nasdaq:CVV) announced today that it has received an order in excess of $2.75M from a major aviation component supplier to design and build a CVD system for coating fiber.
Leonard Rosenbaum, President and Chief Executive Officer stated, “Fibers coated by our equipment will help to usher in the next generation of aerospace components. Coated fibers withstand higher temperatures, a trait particularly valuable in aerospace engine components. We are very excited about our continuing relationship with this customer in providing equipment to produce their next generation products and we look forward to meeting future production requirements.”
CVD Equipment Corporation (NASDAQ:CVV) is a designer and manufacturer of custom and standard state-of-the-art equipment used in the development, design and manufacture of advanced electronic components, materials and coatings for research and industrial applications. CVD offers a broad range of chemical vapor deposition, gas control, and other equipment that is used by customers to research, design and manufacture semiconductors, solar cells, graphene, carbon nanotubes, nanowires, LEDs, MEMS, smart glass coatings, batteries, ultra capacitors, medical coatings, industrial coatings and equipment for surface mounting of printed circuit components. CVD’s application laboratory focuses on higher efficiency nano and nano to macro material manufacturing for a wide variety of growth markets, which are marketed through our wholly owned subsidiary CVD Materials Corporation.
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