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Our company has been specializing in vacuum plating and coating since 1993 and, in cooperation with leading Czech universities, conducts research into functional and decorative layers.

Plating and coating using vacuum systems offers a wide range of thin film applications for decorative and technical purposes, which we can develop at the customer's request. This is a technology that is absolutely ecological and very affordable.
We offer coating in two ways, vacuum evaporation and vacuum sputtering

Vacuum evaporation consists in heating the vaporized material to the boiling point, where it evaporates into the chamber space of the vaporizer and condenses on the surface of the charge. The plating charge is minimally thermally stressed during the process (maximum 50 ° C) because the thermal energy propagates much more slowly in a vacuum and therefore layers can be applied to heat-sensitive materials such as plastic.

Advantages of vacuum evaporation

  1. it is possible to apply layers on electrically non-conductive materials, glass, plastic, ceramics even without prior treatment
  2. the inserted charge is not thermally stressed
  3. it is possible to deposit refractory materials including tungsten, molybdenum, tantalum, etc.
Magnetron sputtering consists in depositing a layer in an ionized plasma. The material with which it is applied is fixed in a magnetron and, with the admission of certain gases, is ion-bombarded. The molecules of this material reach high energy and fly towards the sputtered charge, so this technology is characterized by high adhesion.

Advantages of magnetron sputtering

  1. coating on electrically non-conductive materials, glass, plastic, ceramics even without prior treatment with high adhesion
  2. application of a functional layer that can change the properties of the surface (hardness, slipperiness, hydrophobicity, optical properties, antiviral and antibacterial properties
  3. it can also be applied with metal alloys which retain their stoichiometry of the material after deposition
  4. apply the layers to the batch you have modified with another material
  5. apply layers in a wide range of color shades 
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