PVD coating

Surface coating evaporated under vacuum.

PVD coating

Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) is a coating process where a surface coating is vaporized under vacuum. The surface coating can consist of metals and/or ceramics and is typically both much harder and more durable than a coating applied exclusively using more traditional galvanic processes. The coating can also be combined with a galvanic undercoating to achieve special properties, including decorative and anti-corrosion.

The coating can typically be used against wear, to reduce friction and for decorative purposes. It is possible to apply coating in a wide range of colors.

The coating itself is a dry process and takes place in a vacuum chamber without the use of dissolved metal salts as with traditional galvanic metal coating.

Typical Layer Thickness:

Between 0.1 and 4.0 µm.


Chem-Tec Plating A/S offers the colors

  • Black chrome
  • Chrome
  • Brass
  • Copper

Product overview

Product overview

Contact us regarding PVD coating for samples and hear how we can help you

Contact us and hear how we can clarify your questions about surface treatment and can help optimize the process and carry out the task just as you want.

Get in contact by sending us an e-mail at info@chemtec.dk or call us at 75 67 92 92