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Metallized Coating

PVD Metallized Coating for Your Glass, ABS, Polypropylene and Other Plastic Products

With PVD Metalized (Vacuum Metallized Coating), the products are given a metal appearance by applying bottom varnish, thin film chrome and aluminum layer and protective top varnish on materials such as plastic and glass. 

The PVD coating process is carried out under vacuum. The first step is to clean and prepare the object to be coated. Next, in a vacuum chamber, the object is exposed to a coating material formed by high temperature evaporation of one or more metals or metal compounds. The evaporated material hits the surface of the object and adheres to form a thin coating layer. This layer can impart a tough, corrosion resistant, abrasion resistant or decorative feature to the object.

PVD coating is widely used in various industries. For example, it is used in the automotive industry for coating wheels, exhaust pipes and door handles. It is also preferred for coating products such as watches, jewellery, bathroom fixtures, kitchen utensils and surgical instruments.

The advantages of PVD coating include high durability, chemical resistance, corrosion resistance, abrasion resistance and decorative diversity. It is also considered an environmentally friendly coating method because the use of harmful chemicals is reduced and the generation of waste in the coating process is minimized.

In conclusion, PVD coating is a technology used to add a durable, functional and aesthetically appealing coating layer to the surfaces of objects.