PVD coating film for tools such as scissor, shear, clipper:
PVD process is designed specifically for coating highly polished mold surfaces such as ones used for optics, lenses, reflectors, etc. This technology allows the deposition of hard, thin-film, PVD coatings onto surfaces with optical quality polishes. Our Replikote™ coatings do not diminish the optical qualities of mold finishes, they replicate them. These coatings are thinner, harder, denser, and more lubricious than other plating processes.
Many of the steels used by the injection molding industry such as P20, 4140, as well as H13, 17-4, and 15-5 have the benefits of being fairly easy to machine, easy to polish, and having a good resistance to fractures. However, these materials are all limited in their resistance to abrasion and coefficient of friction. These limitations require some sort of surface treatment in order to achieve optimal performance and life: this is where the PVD coating film truly shine.
Watch & Clock industry (strap, case, dial, etc.)
Hardware industry (sanitary ware, door handles, handles, locks, etc.)
Construction industry (stainless steel plates, stair railing, columns, etc.)
Precision industry (punch standard mould, forming mould, etc.)
Tool industry (drill bits, hard alloy, milling cutters, broaches, tool bits)
Automobile industry (pistons, piston rings, alloy wheels, etc.) as well as pens, glasses, etc., so that the surface is obtained with both beautiful and functional wear resistant layer. Main coated film layer are: gold ions, silver ions, titanium nitride film, titanium carbide film, a zirconium nitride film, a titanium aluminum alloy film, chromium nitride film, RP coated film and other super-hard functional metal film. The ion coated work piece after processing can improve the roles of hardness, wear resistance, corrosion resistance, and beautification.