PVD is the abbreviation of Physical Vapor Deposition. It’s a process to produce a metal vapor (Titanium, Chromium and Titanium Aluminum) that can be deposited on electrically conductive materials as a thin highly adhered pure metal or alloy coating. It’s a process carried out in a vacuum chamber at vacuum using a cathodic arc source.
PVD coating is one of the best methods for enhancing thin film plating elements. The vacuum deposition method coats the product with a film of hard refractory material 1-2 microns thick.
Stanch PVD coating in an innovation in the creation of colored stainless steel making the surface much harder and more durable than others. The coating deposition method coats the product with a film of hard refractory 1-2 microns thick, but we make it thicker for better wear, scratch and corrosion resistance.
Our PVD coating was good on scratch resistant as well. As following test picture, we make a scratch on the surface of sheet by a tolling and observe under the microscope. The bonding of coating layer on C and J samples are not good. The coating chip was observed along the both sides of scratch. K sample is good but the chip still to be found along with the both sides of scotch. Stanch sample has the best bonding, no chip was found.
• Grade 304/304L (UNS S30400/S30403, EN 1.4301/1.4307)
0.3 – 3.0mm
Max. 1524 x 4000mm
Double PE or Laser PE coating