Our diverse range of PVD, CVD & TD coating technologies and compositions allow us to provide the best coating solution to your specific application.

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Our Coatings

Since 1978, we have been helping customers realize the full potential of their tools and components, thereby improving the efficiency and profitability of their operations. We offer a wide range of thin-film processes because we know that there is no “one size fits all” coating.

PVD Coatings Example


Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) is a low temperature vacuum coating process that utilizes various deposition technologies to generate positively charged, highly energized metal ions that, in combination with reactive gases, produce coatings with a very strong bond and tailored physical, structural, and tribological properties.

CVD Coatings - Punch and Die


Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) is a high temperature coating process in which thin-film coatings are formed as the result of reactions between various gaseous phases and the heated surface of substrates within the CVD reactor. The final product of these reactions is a hard, wear-resistant coating that exhibits a chemical and metallurgical bond to the substrate.

TLD/TD Coatings Example


Thermoreactive Diffusion (TD or TRD) is a high temperature coating process for producing metal carbides on the surface of a carbon-containing substrate. This multi-stage process utilizes a molten bath to generate coatings that exhibit an extremely strong diffusion type bond to the substrate, as well as a very high micro-hardness.

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