Manufacturing Electron Beam Evaporation Guns and Accessories for Deposition Systems
Ferrotec’s electron beam evaporation components business supports our extensive line of e-beam products. From electron beam guns and high-voltage power supplies to e-beam controllers and accessories, Ferrotec offers everything you need to build, repair or upgrade your electron beam evaporation system.
Ferrotec’s components are manufactured in Livermore, CA, and Germany.
Founded on a technology core of Ferrofluid magnetic liquid and Ferrofluidic® sealing products, our company and our product portfolio have grown to meet the evolving needs of our customers. Ferrotec is now a global enterprise characterized by substantial intercompany cooperation in research, manufacturing and marketing of products.
Ferrotec (USA) Corporation is headquartered in Livermore, California. Our operations are focused on North American markets with facilities in Bedford, New Hampshire and San Jose, California. Ferrotec (USA) Corp. employs over 200 people in the design, manufacture, sales and marketing of a broad line of products.
- Strong commitment to our customers
- Excellence in engineering precision solutions
- Delivering superior quality, value and service
Ferrotec at a Glance
- Regional Operation Centers in North America, Europe, Japan, China, and Singapore
- Manufacturing Locations in the USA, Germany, Japan, and China
- 7000 employees worldwide
Our Core Businesses
Globally, Ferrotec serves customers through many applications and industries. In the North American markets we focus on select business segments, increasing our speed and efficiency working with customers in those industries. While our knowledge base is particularly strong in these areas, our product groups share their expertise, making Ferrotec very adaptable in the shape of changing market synergies.
- Ferrofluidic Seals
- E-Beam Components
- MeiVac Systems
- Machinable Ceramics
- Fabricated Quartz
- Temescal Systems
- MeiVac Components
- Advanced Ceramics
- CVD-SiC Parts
- Contract Manufacturing