“STI’s proprietary RCE-CDR process provides performance and cost advantages for manufacturing second generation superconducting wire,” said
Reactive Co-evaporation (RCE) and Cyclic Deposition Reaction
Rare Earth, Barium, Copper Oxide (ReBCO) materials are recognized as a superior superconductor by offering better performance in a magnetic field. STI’s RCE-CDR process grows a ReBCO superconductor film onto a flexible template. This process is complex, requiring accurate temperature, uniform pressure, precise ratios of elements and the presence of oxidizing atmospheres to grow high performance superconducting materials. The company’s RCE-CDR system is scaled for large batch operation to ensure every portion of superconducting wire has uniform material properties.
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