PVD processes enable almost unlimited production of coatings on any type of surface.

As far as coatings with the “metallic effect” are concerned, having a high abrasion and chemical resistance, mainly chrome and stainless steel depositions, or carbides and nitrides of transition – metals (for example titanium and zirconium) are produced.
In addition to having characteristics of hardness and resistance to abrasion, innovative colours can be obtained for decorative reasons applied to the surfaces of high quality consumer goods.
As well as being the cleanest technology among coating techniques, Sputtering gives a combination of advantages like no other: first of all, Sputtering is a method of production which is economically efficient generating the thinnest and the most uniform coating possible.

It is a dry process at low temperature. It forms an indestructible bond between film and substrate, (since it binds them together at a molecular level). It offers great versatility compared to other coatings, since being a cold transfer, it can be used for the deposition of conducting or non conducting materials on any type of substrate, including metals, ceramics and plastic materials which are temperature sensitive. In addition, the process has a deposition control which can be repeated in the automatic mode. Therefore, this solution adopted to create new, more resistant, lighter, cleaner and more economical materials, not only revolutionizes our industry but our daily lives.