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Industries Using Metallized Coating

Metallized Coating for Electrical Appliances

Metallized coating for electrical appliances is a method used to increase aesthetic appearance, increase durability and improve functionality. Application of metallized coating to the surfaces of such articles is usually accomplished using PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) or similar coating techniques. Here are some of the uses of metallized coating in electrical household appliances:

  • Kitchenware: A shiny surface is obtained with metallized coating on the handles, handles and buttons of ovens, cookers, microwave ovens, refrigerators and other kitchenware. This increases the aesthetic appearance of kitchenware and makes it easier to clean.

  • Coffee Makers and Kettles: The outer surfaces of items such as electric kettles, coffee machines and tea brewing machines can provide durability with metallized coating and are protected against the effects of wear and corrosion that can be caused by water, and plastic surfaces add a luxurious and premium look.

  • Vacuum Cleaners and Cleaning Equipment: The body, pipes, mouth and end parts and details of vacuum cleaners, cleaning machines and similar products are given a shiny and metallic surface with metallized coating.

  • Electrical Device Control Panels: The control panels and buttons of electrical home appliances gain a modern and sophisticated look with metallized coating.

  • Electric Ornaments: Lamps, floor lamps and chandeliers used especially for decorative purposes are also given a shiny appearance with metallized coating. 

  • Electrical Accessories

Metallized coating is an effective method to increase the appearance, durability and service life of electrical appliances. Manufacturers must carefully consider coating material selection, application methods, and quality control processes and comply with industry standards. In addition, material selection should be made in a way that does not adversely affect the safety and performance of the item on which the coating is used.

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