The PVD coating technique is to deposit the coating material evaporated by a heater in a vacuum environment as a thin film layer on the material to be coated. This process is called "Physical Vapor Deposition" and in common language "Physical Vapor Deposition". In order for the coating to be homogeneous, the material to be coated should be given maximum movement. In PVD technology, coating is carried out in the range of 200-500 ° C.Discover Application Areas
PVD Coating technology contributes to the development of mechanical properties such as wear and friction, and surfaces coated using this method have high hardness and high wear resistance.
While the surface quality of the coated parts increases, due to the high surface slipperiness, long-lasting and durable parts with low friction coefficient emerge.
Since the coating thickness is in the micron level, the size of the coated parts does not change and a homogeneous coating thickness can be obtained on every surface of the part. In this way, it can be easily preferred in sectors where sensitive tolerance is applied such as automotive.
Industrially, it is preferred due to its resistance to acidic and basic environments, high temperatures and friction.