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We offer a wide range of decorative finishes with PVD coating, including various colors and aesthetic effects. This process can also make materials more resistant to wear, abrasion, and scratching.

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PVD coating is not only for decorative purposes but also ensures smooth movements in manufacturing and enhances material hardness.

DEK commonly uses this coating in jewelry, watches, and electronics. It is also useful for cutting tools because of temperature resistance. Additionally, certain coatings like titanium nitride and chromium nitride improve corrosion resistance.

DEK ensures that coatings are precisely applied in thin, uniform layers, guaranteeing optimal performance. Our versatility in coating various materials, including metals and plastics, further highlights our adaptability to different industries. Moreover, DEK's focus on customer satisfaction, combined with our skilled professionals and state-of-the-art technology, makes us the preferred choice for those seeking reliable and high-quality PVD coating services.

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What’s PVD Coating?

Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) coating is a surface treatment method where thin layers of materials are deposited onto a substrate in a vacuum environment. Two common techniques used are sputtering and evaporation.

Sputtering involves bombarding a target material with high-energy ions, while evaporation entails heating a solid material until it evaporates and then condenses onto the substrate. Materials like titanium, chromium, and various nitrides are often used.

PVD coatings provide benefits like enhanced hardness, wear resistance, and corrosion resistance. It can also be for decorative purposes because it can improve the appearance of products. Despite its advantages, PVD coating is an intricate and sometimes costly process requiring specialized equipment and controlled conditions.

Advantages of PVD Coating

  • Enhanced hardness
  • Improved wear resistance
  • Increased corrosion resistance
  • Enhanced surface aesthetics
  • High temperature stability

Design Considerations for PVD Coating

  • Substrate Material Compatibility
  • Surface Preparation
  • Geometrical Considerations
  • Coating Parameters Optimization (temperature, deposition rate)
  • Uniformity Across Complex Shapes
  • Proper Cleaning Procedures
  • Selection of Suitable Coating Materials
  • Durable and Functional Coating Focus


PVD Coating FAQs

Yes, PVD coating is known for its durability and longevity, providing a protective layer for extended periods.
While PVD coating may have a higher initial cost, its long-term durability often justifies the investment.
PVD coatings are highly resistant to scratches, adding a layer of protection to the underlying material.
PVD coatings can be challenging to repair, and in many cases, recoating is more practical than attempting repairs.
PVD coatings come in various colors, offering a range of aesthetic options depending on the application and desired appearance.

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