dandan Co., Ltd.

Korea (South)
  • Booth: B200

Our company is made up of experts in ceramic materials, supplying ceramic parts and ceramic coating products to major semiconductor companies and display companies in Korea.

We have sintering technology for Y2O3, Al2O3(include 99.9% high purity materials), Sintered SiC (high resistance / low resistance), AlN, ZrO2, and Si3N4 ceramic.

Our core competence is material design technology that can develop materials optimized for process conditions.

The entire process from problem definition to production (include material design, sintering, machining and plasma coating) can be performed completely In-House.

This makes it possible to select and supply materials that are suitable for the conditions of use and that are cost competitive.

For ceramic coatings, we have a next-generation coating technology that can extend product life, including Y2O3, YF3 plasma coatings. We have developed ceramic plasma coating technology for semiconductors for the first time in Korea. With a deep understanding and experience in plasma coatings, we can offer cost-competitive coating solutions.

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