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Industries Using PVD Coating

PVD Coating for Kitchen and Tableware

PVD coating is an application that has become a trend among the coating methods used in the kitchen and tableware sector, as well as many other sectors.  

From the tableware group products;

  • Cutlery Sets

  • Accessories

  • Ashtrays

  • Ice buckets and tongs

  • Valves and serving sets

In the kitchen group products;

  • Pot and teapot handles

  • pan handles

  • Peaks are partly with PVD coating technique.

It can be coated with gold (gold), rose gold, anthracite, blue, rainbow and different shades of these colors by using metals such as titanium and aluminum.

Is PVD Coating Suitable for Food?

Surface coating technologies used in kitchen and tableware products always raise the same question in mind.

PVD, which is used in the coating of tableware and kitchen products such as forks, spoons, knives, pots, pans, more commonly known as titanium or gold coating, can be used with peace of mind in kitchens and tables thanks to the coating material used and high-tech surface treatment method. It allows you to produce end products that look stylish and elegant.

In addition to all these, PVD coating does not cause taste and odor changes.

As a result of the tests carried out by DEKAP in independent laboratories, it has been proven by independent laboratories that PVD coated forks, spoons and knives do not leave harmful products to the food and do not change the taste and smell of the food.