BLACK CM02 coatings

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Especially developed for internal components

This black CM02 coating has been specially developed for the internal moving parts of watches (rough movements, weights..) and their specific constraints: handling, stone setting, engraving and other finishing operations.

PHYSICAL VAPOR DEPOSITION (PVD) – PROCEDURE

PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) is a metal deposition coating process that allows thin films of material to be deposited under vacuum using vapor.

For PVD coating the deposition temperature is usually between 80 and 150°C.

The deposit thickness is 2 +/-0.5 (micron)

HV 0.05 hardness is between 800 and 1000

Conforms to REACH and RoHS standards

Applications

Black CM02 colorized coatings

  • Flanges
  • Bridges
  • Plates
  • Oscillating weights
  • Screws

The advantages

  • Excellent quality for money
  • Excellent results in watchmaking tests (climatic resistance, UV,  ..)
  • Gloss, satin or matt black color depending on the substrate
  • Black PVD can be deposited on all substrates (copper alloys, titanium, gold, steel and stainless steel, plastics)
  • Clean deposit
  • Good compromise between ductility and hardness
  • Homogeneity and reproductivity of the color
  • Homogeneity and reproductivity of thickness
  • Resistance against climate and UV
  • Low temperature procedure
  • Respect of terminals
  • A black PVD treated part can be detreated and retreated


  • Surcotec
  • 2019/08/07