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Product Description

PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) color coating is a process used to apply a thin film of metal oxide onto stainless steel sheets. The PVD coating technique involves the deposition of a vaporized metal material onto the surface of the stainless steel through a vacuum chamber.

In the case of color coating stainless steel sheets, the metal oxide layer is typically composed of titanium nitride (TiN), zirconium nitride (ZrN), chromium nitride (CrN), or a combination of these materials. These metal oxides create a durable and decorative coating that enhances the appearance and performance of stainless steel.

The PVD color coating process allows for a wide range of colors and finishes to be achieved on stainless steel sheets. By varying the deposition parameters and composition of the metal oxides, it is possible to create colors such as gold, rose gold, black, bronze, blue, and many others. The resulting coating is typically resistant to abrasion, corrosion, and fading, making it suitable for various applications in architecture, interior design, automotive, and other industries.

Specifications

ypepvd coating stainless steel sheets
Thickness0.3 mm - 3.0 mm
Size1000*2000mm, 1219*2438mm, 1219*3048mm, customized Max.width 1500mm
SS Grade304,316, 201,430 etc.
FinishPVD Color Coating
Available finishesNo.4, Hairline, Mirror, Etching, PVD Color, Embossed, Vibration, Sandblast, Combination, lamination etc.
OriginPOSCO,JISCO,TISCO,LISCO,BAOSTEEL etc.
Packing wayPVC+ waterproof paper + strong sea-worthy wooden package
Chemical composition
GradeSTS304STS 316STS430STS201
Elong(10%)Above 4030MINAbove 2250-60
Hardness≤200HV≤200HVBelow 200HRB100,HV 230
Cr(%)18-2016-1816-1816-18
Ni(%)8-1010-14≤0.60%0.5-1.5
C(%)≤0.08≤0.07≤0.12%≤0.15

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CUSTOMIZABLE SURFACE

The production process of PVD color coating on stainless steel sheets involves the following steps:

1. Surface Preparation: The stainless steel sheets undergo thorough cleaning and surface preparation to ensure the removal of any dirt, grease, or contaminants. This step is crucial for achieving good adhesion between the PVD coating and the stainless steel surface.

2. Loading: The prepared stainless steel sheets are loaded into a vacuum chamber, which is a controlled environment for the PVD process.

3. Pumping Down: The chamber is evacuated to create a vacuum environment by removing air and other gases. This is important to ensure the purity of the deposition process and prevent contamination.

4. Preheating (Optional): In some cases, the stainless steel sheets may be preheated to a specific temperature. Preheating can enhance the adhesion of the PVD coating to the stainless steel surface.

5. Metal Deposition: The PVD process involves the deposition of metal atoms or ions onto the stainless steel sheets. This is typically achieved through one of the following methods:

a. Physical Vapor Deposition: A solid metal target, typically titanium, zirconium, or chromium, is bombarded with high-energy ions in a process known as sputtering. The metal atoms are then vaporized and deposited onto the stainless steel surface.

b. Cathodic Arc Deposition: A high voltage is applied to a metal cathode, causing a metal vapor to be generated through an electric arc. This vapor is then directed toward the stainless steel sheets.

6. Color Coating: During the metal deposition process, reactive gases such as nitrogen or a mixture of nitrogen and acetylene may be introduced into the chamber. These gases react with the metal atoms, forming metal nitrides or carbides, which create the desired color effect on the stainless steel sheets. The composition and ratio of gases can be adjusted to achieve specific colors and finishes.

7. Cooling and Venting: After the deposition and color coating, the stainless steel sheets are cooled to room temperature. The chamber is then vented to reintroduce air and restore atmospheric pressure.

8. Inspection and Quality Control: The coated stainless steel sheets undergo visual inspection and quality control measures to ensure uniformity, adhesion, color accuracy, and overall product quality.

9. Further Processing: The coated stainless steel sheets can undergo additional processes such as cutting, shaping, forming, and surface treatments as required for specific applications.

The exact details of the production process may vary depending on the equipment used and the manufacturer's specific requirements.

Application of PVD color coating stainless steel sheets 

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