A Quick Rundown of Metalizing

What is Vacuum Metalizing and How Does it Work? When we speak of vacuum metalizing, it is the process of coating a non-metallic surface with a metallic material using evaporation in a vacuum chamber. The process of vacuum metalizing is a specialized process which falls under the general category of vacuum coating. In this process, non-metallic material surface like aluminum is coated with a thin-film layer of a metallic substance. In this process, the metallic material is heating until it begins to evaporate. This vaporized metal condenses and bonds inside a vacuum chamber that is then rotated to help ensure uniform coating. When the metalizing process is finishes, protective topcoat is applied also in the same vacuum chamber to finish the process. Vacuum metalizing has a number of intriguing applications because of its ability to conform to any shape that one wants to metalize, but mostly done to enhance the functionality of a non-metallic surface like stopping light from entering a surface caused by the reflective metal coating or vice versa. The end material is very durable since air and moisture are not able to seep in-between during the process because it is done in a vacuum. Without having to go through the complex science behind this intricate process, it is easy to follow and find practical applications of a metalized coating – which can even be used to decorate non-metallic surfaces.
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The vacuum metalizing industry offers many different applications to manufacturing establishments serving different kinds of businesses including industrial services, retail businesses, health care business, food preparation business, and other types of businesses.
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Aside from it having an advantage of vaporizing metal onto glass, plastic and other metal substrates, you can also have consistent thickness or thin coating, and a choice of finishes like bright, opaque, translucent and semi-translucent. Vacuum metalizing is not like electroplating since it does not use hazardous and toxic chemical like electroplating does. This is a serious threat to human beings and to the environment at large when industry continues and accelerate use of destructive substances. Sad to say that efforts to permanently change people’s environmentally destructive behaviors through interventions has typically not been met with success. But, with vacuum metalizing, manufacturers and consumers can start and effect massive results. Product designers and manufacturers that use metalizing processes would benefit in the short and long terms if they use this latest technology. With it you become an immediate supplier or metalized coating products, and it also enhances the long term growth of your immediate business consumers. An upgrade of this technology is combining the metallizer to molding units so that he deposition of a more functional coating is perfected and if this is done to plastic surfaces out of a molding equipment you would not need base of topcoats any more.