PVD is the abbreviation of Physical Vapor Deposition. It’s a process to produce a metal vapor (Titanium, Chromium and Titanium Aluminum) that can be deposited on electrically conductive materials as a thin highly adhered pure metal or alloy coating. It’s a process carried out in a vacuum chamber at vacuum using a cathodic arc source.

The coating compounds are made up of various elements such as carbides, nitrides, borides and silicide. The makeup of the compound varies some depending on what the application necessitates. A wide variety of colors can be achieved by adding other gases during the deposition

 PVD coating is one of the best methods for enhancing thin film plating elements. The vacuum deposition method coats the product with a film of hard refractory material 1-2 microns thick.
PVD coatings surpass traditional electroplated coatings, it has superior hardness and wears resistance

Environmentally friendly

The PVD process is also more environmentally friendly than processes such as electroplating and painting, with zero discharge of gas, water waste or other residue.

  • PVD coating is harder and more corrosion resistant than coating applied by electroplating process 

  • PVD coatings do not discolor or tarnish, and have reasonably high corrosion resistance and do not suffer under UV radiation so easy.

  • More environmentally friendly than traditional coating processes such as electroplating or painting.

  • PVD coatings have excellent wear and abrasion resistance and it’s durable.

  • Can be color-matched to other finishes and materials

  • Can be specified in a wide spectrum of colors

  • Mimics more expensive materials such as bronze, brass and gold providing a cost-effective, easy-maintenance alternative


We’re proud to offer you a lifetime warranty on our PVD products. If your product ever has any manufacturing or workmanship defects we will replace it. We want you to feel confident and secure that when you invest in our products, you are getting the best and most effective products available on the market.

Ti Supper Mirror - #8

Super Mirror is as near a perfect polish that can be produced on stainless steel. #8/SM is blemish free, it has no grain and has reflective qualities just like a glass mirror.

Ti Blend 'S' - Hairline

Blend 'S' or Hairline Finish stainless is commonly referred to as "long-grain" because the grain is considerably more consistent than  stainless steel #4 finish. 

Ti Brushed - #4

Number 4 finish stainless steel, commonly referred to as "satin" finish, is a general-purpose bright polish that is the most popular choice for architectural applications

Ti Embossed - Textured

Embossed stainless sheet is produced by rolling the pattern into the sheet. Embossed metals is especially popular in high traffic areas.