Applying PVD coating to medical equipment can provide aesthetic and functional advantages. Here are some answers to common questions.
Physical vapor deposition (PVD) is a kind of vacuum coating process, which is often used to improve the performance of cutting tools. However, the vacuum coating equipment of Hangzhou Zhongyue Titanium and Gold Co., Ltd. can provide cathode arc PVD coating service, provide harder and more lubricating products, and increase tool life by 10 times compared with uncoated tools. Wear-resistant surface.
In addition, medical equipment manufacturers are increasingly using PVD coatings to distinguish the appearance of their equipment from similar products and/or to enhance the performance of their equipment, because rigid inert coatings are biocompatible and do not react with bone, tissue or body fluids. Examples of medical devices coated with PVD include jammers, drills and needles, and "wear" components for various device components and dental applications.
PVD coating provides better edge retention, so the coated surgical instruments remain clear. For other equipment, they can reduce wear between matching stainless steel components and help prevent oxidation and corrosion.