As a contract coater, we can apply URS, CMK or aluminum to your individual components.
Metallization with aluminum is possible on plastic, ceramic, glass and metal. Aluminum is characterized by broadband reflectivity from the UV-C range to the NIR. Non-reflective radiation is absorbed into the substrate and converted into heat.
Metallization with aluminum can also be used to create decorative surface effects.
Our CMK mirror is a dielectric coating and therefore absorption free. By combining vapor-deposited materials, interference is created within the coating, allowing selective transmission and reflection.
Thus, high reflectivities in the UV range can be achieved; the heat-carrying VIS and IR light, on the other hand, is transmitted.
URS stands for UV-Reflection-System and extends the CMK mirror with an absorber, which transfers the heat into the substrate instead of transmitting the radiation.
This allows the energy to be kept in the reflector and, if necessary, to be conducted out of the system in a controlled manner by means of cooling.
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In addition to our standard products, we also offer customized coatings. In-house we offer you the complete process chain: from technical consulting, layer development and simulation to sample and series coating and subsequent qualification processes - all under one roof!
Coating service means more to us than coating your product professionally and delivering it to you quickly and reliably. Our services begin long before your order and end only when the product has been delivered to you and you are satisfied with it.
The PVD (physical vapour deposition) process is a thin-film technology which takes place in a vacuum and in which the layer is formed on the substrates through condensation of a material vapour.
The thicknesses of such layers are in the nanometre (nm) range. They are usually vapour-deposited one on top of another to create a multi-layer system with total layer thicknesses up to a few microns (µm), giving a very high layer quality. This creates dense, homogeneous and ductile layers which cannot be achieved by conventional methods.