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PVD Stainless Steel

Physical Vapour Deposition (PVD) is a process to produce a metal vapour (titanium, chromium and aluminium) that can be deposited on electrically conductive materials as a thin highly adhered pure metal or alloy coating. The process is carried out in a vacuum chamber using a cathodic arc source.

The coating compounds are made up of various elements such as carbides, nitrides, borides and silicides. A wide variety of colours can be achieved by adding different gasses during the deposition.

Why choose PVD Coating?

  • PVD coating is one of the best methods for enhancing thin film plating elements. The vacuum deposition method coats the stainless steel with a film of hard refractory material 1-2 microns thick
  • PVD caotings surpass traditional electroplated coatings, it's more corrosion resistant and has superior hardness
  • PVD coatings do not discolour or tarnish, and do not suffer under UV radiation easy.
  • More environmentally friendly than traditional coating processes such as electroplating or powdercoating.

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Physical Vapour Deposition (PVD) is a process to produce a metal vapour (titanium, chromium and aluminium) that can be deposited on electrically conductive materials as a thin highly adhered pure metal or alloy coating. The process is carried out in a vacuum chamber using a cathodic arc source.

The coating compounds are made up of various elements such as carbides, nitrides, borides and silicides. A wide variety of colours can be achieved by adding different gasses during the deposition.

Why choose PVD Coating?

  • PVD coating is one of the best methods for enhancing thin film plating elements. The vacuum deposition method coats the stainless steel with a film of hard refractory material 1-2 microns thick
  • PVD caotings surpass traditional electroplated coatings, it's more corrosion resistant and has superior hardness
  • PVD coatings do not discolour or tarnish, and do not suffer under UV radiation easy.
  • More environmentally friendly than traditional coating processes such as electroplating or powdercoating.

Colours available

Visit company website
Request price / brochure
Contact the supplier
All
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Physical Vapour Deposition (PVD) is a process to produce a metal vapour (titanium, chromium and aluminium) that can be deposited on electrically conductive materials as a thin highly adhered pure metal or alloy coating. The process is carried out in a vacuum chamber using a cathodic arc source.

The coating compounds are made up of various elements such as carbides, nitrides, borides and silicides. A wide variety of colours can be achieved by adding different gasses during the deposition.

Why choose PVD Coating?

  • PVD coating is one of the best methods for enhancing thin film plating elements. The vacuum deposition method coats the stainless steel with a film of hard refractory material 1-2 microns thick
  • PVD caotings surpass traditional electroplated coatings, it's more corrosion resistant and has superior hardness
  • PVD coatings do not discolour or tarnish, and do not suffer under UV radiation easy.
  • More environmentally friendly than traditional coating processes such as electroplating or powdercoating.

Colours available

Visit company website
Request price / brochure
Contact the supplier