The company in question is practicing sustainable development in response to the specter of global warming and climate change by way of keeping its carbon footprint to a minimum through practicing recycling and, during the manufacturing process, keeping the use or installation of harmful chemicals to an absolute minimum. If not that, then expect the results of vacuum metalizing to yield no inclusions of chemicals whatsoever.
It has to be granted that the use of chemicals, or its deliberate exclusion, remains dependent on the companies to which this company is aiming its design, manufacture and source supply services. Vacuum metalizing along with physical vapor deposition, along with most other industrial and scientific-based manufacturing processes, is not an exact science, until such time that the technologies have been developed to produce the desire effects of reducing companies’ carbon footprints effectively.
The company in question has been in business for nearly thirty years. Today, it remains an industry leader in, specifically, vacuum coating. They are the standard bearers in vacuum metalizing and PVD coating and its requisite equipment design, manufacture and supply. As industry innovators, they continue to deliver cutting edge technologies, no doubt keeping up to date with new technological developments.
They believe that metal coatings are a key component in ensuring quality deliverables on industry-size manufacturing order. They summarize metalizing processes, theirs, thus. It is a process whereby a thin layer of metallic film is applied to a suitable surface. The process is known as physical vapor deposition and abbreviated as PVD. Such processes are applied in equal measure to surfaces such as appliances, vehicle lights, solar panels, glass and mirrors, among others.