The number of components that require a robust, very smooth or specifically rough surface is greater than one might think. These days, far more than just engine components such as valve tappets or artificial hip joints are coated. From high-speed pump components to antibacterial-coated medical technology devices, the range has since expanded - and it continues to grow. PLATIT develops units that produce these exclusive and particularly high-quality coatings.
The requirements for tribology or gloss level, hardness or chemical resistance are precisely defined and met with special sputter coatings or arc coating units.
With the PVD units from PLATIT, you can achieve excellent coating results that meet all your expectations.
Each coatings functionality is matched precisely to the function of the components, so that your components achieve both long service life and optimum function.
Abrasion, adhesion and tribological stress are factors that are becoming increasingly important in component manufacturing as they have a significant influence on the service life of a part, component, or a tool. Blösch’s coating portfolio includes two DLC coating variants that are specifically and finely tuned to meet specific market and application needs. One DLC coating is specifically designed to address application challenges in components and sliding contacts, while the other is optimized specifically for tool use, providing excellent hardness.
The Blösch coating portfolio for parts and components is supplemented by pre- and post-treatment to optimize the substrate material and by a CrN coating produced with HiPIMS technology.
Together with PLATIT, Blösch also offers the development of individual, customer-specific coating solutions.