Metallizing Services

Vergason Technology, Inc. offers an array of metal coatings, also known as metallizing for improved protection. In a process known as physical vapor deposition (PVD), a layer of metallic film is applied to a substrate in a vacuum chamber at a low temperature. PVD is a preferred technology because it doesn’t require a conductive substrate — the metal film can be applied to plastic, metal, or glass. Our vacuum metallizing process is available in several colors, making it ideal for a number of applications, including automotive, packaging, lighting, glassware, consumer products, and more.

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The Quality of Our Services

Quality is something that is taken very seriously at our company. All orders we receive are inspected upon receipt, tested at various times throughout the coating process, and inspected again prior to shipping. The most common metallizing tests we perform include adhesion, coating reflectivity, and electrical resistivity.

Common Applications for PVD Metallizing Services

  • Vehicle Lighting and Components
  • Appliance Components
  • Commercial, Industrial, & Residential Lighting
  • Display Items, Cosmetic, & Product Packaging
  • EMI/RFI/ESD Shielding
  • Glassware & Mirrors
  • Consumer Products
  • Vapor Barrier Protection
  • Solar/Photovoltaics
  • Chrome Plating Replacement

EMI/RFI/ESD Electronic Shielding

Vergason Technology also offers coatings for EMI/RFI/ESD electronic protection. This EMI shielding is most commonly used in electronic devices in the automotive and health care industries, mobile devices, and for military hardware and avionics. Vergason’s custom-built coating systems are capable of applying any alloy or metal (including aluminum, copper, stainless steel, and nickel) in a single or multiple layers, meeting the requirements of even the most demanding shielding project.

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nexsteel

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NexSteel™ is the answer to a decorative coating that looks and feels like brushed stainless steel, without the cost.  Utilizing a process known as Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD), a thin film layer of stainless steel is applied to textured plastic.

The film layer will emulate the surface of the textured substrate.  If you are looking for a brushed stainless steel finish, that is lighter in weight, easier to clean, offers design flexibility, and is economical, NexSteel™ Decorative Coating may be the solution.

Contact us to take advantage of our exceptional metallizing services.  Our team takes great pride in helping our customers.