Industry PVD & CVD Applications
We have a right-sized PVD and DLC machine to suit your industry and differentiate your product!
VaporTech® Systems Coat for Many Industries and a Wide Range of Applications
PVD finishes coat high-end consumer items in a wide variety of industries. Some examples are:
- Surgical, dental, and medical device finishing including hip replacements and dental implants.
- Functional (tribological) coatings for friction-bearing surfaces such as high-performance automotive engine parts and diamond-like carbon gun coating for firearms and other high-precision parts.
- Durable-decorative finishes for home goods, plumbing products, including faucets, sporting goods, jewelry & watches, and electronics.
- For the automotive industry, PVD/CVD engine coatings improve trim and chassis components.
Our coatings improve the hardness and durability of even the toughest, heat treated steel.
To find out if your business can benefit from our coating systems, contact us today at (303) 652-8500.
How does PVD finishing benefit the firearms industry? What are the benefits? Is thin-film coating right for your operation?
Discover new durable and functional thin-film coating options that improve parts and products in the medical industry.
The Vapor Technologies, Inc., equipment has been our go-to workhorse for production on a daily basis… It can take the daily throughput of production without compromising quality or dependability.
Since installation of the VT-3000 coating system, we have successfully reduced customer costs, shortened lead times, improved quality, reduced shipping and handling costs, improved ease of scheduling production runs, and improved customer relations.
Simplify your supply chain process by coating your products in-house.
Reduce manufacturing costs with a low coating cost per part.
Develop new colors or functional coatings to differentiate your product from the competition.
Reduce your environmental impact with a thin-film process that does not require hazardous chemicals.
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