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The technology present in the PVD coating

Physical Vapor Deposition

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PVD COATING

What is PVD coating?

PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) is a thin film coating process that produces finishes of pure metals, metal alloys and ceramics with a thickness, generally, between 1 to 10 μm.
This process is distinguished from others by its high quality and resistance to oxidation. In addition to the color and decorative appearance, the application of the PVD coating gives the pieces a thin ceramic layer of high purity, chemically inert and biocompatible.
As the name implies, this process involves the physical deposition of atoms through a cathodic arc, which consists of the evaporation of the material to be used as a coating through a high-power electric arc.
The combination of the three elements, gas, high temperature (150º C to 500º C) and electricity, provides materials with good adhesion to the substrate, increasing the durability and strength of the parts.

Advantages of PVD Coating

− Compatibility with the food and medical industry.
− Greater resistance compared to galvanic coatings.
− High oxidation resistance.
− Wear resistance and increased service life.
− Protection against chemical and thermal attacks.
− Antiallergic and Antibacterial.
− Color diversity and reproducibility.
− Resistance to UV rays.
− Eco-friendly process and product.

Rainbow

Rainbow

Audacity
Copper

Copper

Prosperity
Rose Gold

Rose Gold

Modernity
Gold

Gold

Nobility
Champagne

Champagne

Classic
Titanium

Titanium

Sophistication
Nickel

Nickel

Elegance
Gun Metal

Gun Metal

Neutrality
Black

Black

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