PVD Coated Cutlery

Published 27. September 2016 Tags: Novelties and Development

PVD is an environmentally friendly vacuum deposition method which is used to produce thin film on different products. PVD means physical vapor deposition and it is a physical process producing a vapor on material - it is deposited on the object which requires thin films for various functions.

PVD Coated Cutlery

There are many benefits of PVD coating provided. The most common are facts that PVD coatings are sometimes harder and more corrosion resistant. Looks great and, if used correctly, prolong the lifetime of products.

Sola uses the PVD coating for wide range of decorative finishes on cutlery with excellent wear. It comes with brilliant decorative finishes which make cutlery interesting, different, modern and fashionable. It is very useful that PVD coating requires no clear top coats that used to fade or dull. PVD cutlery by Sola is made by the most recent and the most developed vacuum deposition method, but as every product in use, the degree of abrasion depends on user´s care combined with many other external conditions as aggressively of washing detergents, type of dish washer and many others. PVD coated cutlery brings style and flash of colors into gastronomy. Gold, copper, bronze and silver coated Baguette Vintage Cutlery by Sola is the most wanted products of this year.

Photos by Heike Müller.