PVD vacuum coating
Physical vapor deposition
Physical vapor deposition (PVD) is an industrial process, which is the technique of deposition of thin films mainly by Physical processes.
PVD schematic diagram
PVD vacuum coating process
Pre-cleaning of PVD - suction vacuum - washing target and ion cleaning - coating film - finish, cooling off - post-treatment (polishing, AFP)
Steel, hard alloy and electroplated plastic.
PVD technical features
PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) can be coated on metal surface with high hardness and high wear resistance.
PVD vacuum coating application
PVD can step on the workpiece surface plating different materials (metals, metal nitrides and even metal carbon or nitrogen oxide) and the thickness of the coating, thus, Westcoas the company can launch iridescent chromium plating effect, used in automobile market.
TiN and TiNbN coatings have good biocompatibility for biological medicine.
DLC coating (Diamond Like Carbon) diamond-like film is a new thin film material similar to Diamond film.
The Rolex Daytona: Apollo watch.
PVD decorative surface of the shell, cutter and hardware.
PVD vacuum coating for automobile
PVD vacuum coating for mobile phones
Plasma spraying - physical vapor deposition (PS-PVD), ceramic powder aggregates at (low temperature) surface to form ceramic coating. These fine ceramic coatings can protect high power equipment.