Safe PVD Coatings

At Vergason Technology, Inc., we are committed to keeping our environment clean and free from pollution. Along with our paint industry partners, we are leading the effort to eliminate the release of VOCs by perfecting the use of 100% solid ultraviolet light curing coatings. Unlike conventional solvent-based coating technologies, our PVD coatings do not produce harmful fumes or waste products.

The core of our company mission is to produce, promote and utilize environmentally-conscious equipment and practices. As we continue to pioneer our developments, we will continue to uphold our commitment to maintain a clean environment.

In our efforts to use only the safest materials for the environment and for human contact, our SuperChrome™ PVD coating have all of the benefits of decorative chrome plating, without any of the

harmful hexavalent chromium (Cr +6) compounds. SuperChrome™ does not require a clear, protective topcoat, eliminating any interference with the rich chrome finish. SuperChrome™ features excellent adhesion on thermoplastic substrates – making this style the preferred alternative for decorative plating on plastic, automotive trim, small appliances and more.

For more information about Vergason’s services and environmentally-friendly PVD coatings, contact us today. We will be happy to help you find the right services for your needs and the right equipment to meet the demands of your business.

Gary Vergason to Speak at AEPSE 2015

Gary Vergason, founder and CEO of Vergason Technology, Inc., will be a featured speaker at the 10th Asian-European International Conference on Plasma Surface Engineering taking place Sunday, September 20th through Thursday, September 24th.  Vergason will be presenting a paper on Upward Mobility – Moving to Greener Properties.

The 2015 AEPSE Conference is organized by Asian Joint Committee for Applied Plasma Science and Engineering, in collaboration with European Joint Committee on Plasma and Ion Surface Engineering. It will be held at the Ramada Plaza Jeju Hotel in Jeju, Korea – an exotic UNESCO World Heritage island.

Organizers are expecting a turnout of over 500 experts on plasma science and engineering, representing 40 countries.

As an open forum for contributing to scientific and industrial progress in applied science and engineering, the AEPSE Conference has attracted a growing interest over the past decade. The open discussions and opportunities for collaboration and advancement are just a few of the reasons this forum has gained such momentum. Since the first conference, in 1997, AEPSE and the industry as a whole have come a long way. In order to make further improvements and innovative advancements, this forum allows for emerging core technologies in vacuum coating and plasma surface engineering to be brought to the table and shared among those in attendance.