PVD-C Series, Mold & Die Coating

At KAYAKOCVIB Metal, our commitment to excellence shines through our specialized PVD-C Coating services tailored for diverse mold and die applications. Leveraging the cutting-edge technology of our expansive furnaces equipped with cathodic arc technology, we provide a range of PVD coatings with various compositions.

 

Our PVD-C Coating processes are meticulously crafted to meet the specific conditions of different sectors. Ensuring reproducibility both before and after coating, we empower you to enhance your operational efficiency at every step of the way. With our seamless and continuous process, you can elevate your performance levels to new heights.

 

Discover the transformative benefits of our PVD-C Coating solutions, where precision meets innovation. Our state-of-the-art technology and industry-focused approach make KAYAKOCVIB Metal your trusted partner for achieving superior results in mold and die applications.

 

Step into a realm of reliability and performance optimization with our specialized PVD-C Coating services – the catalyst for maximizing the potential of your tools and molds.

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PVD-C SERIES OF THE NANO PVD COATINGS

Elevate your hot work mold applications with the revolutionary Hotplus coating series, delivering cutting-edge solutions. This series excels in providing superior high-temperature abrasion resistance and exceptional wrap adhesion, ensuring the creation of a resilient and durable surface.

 

Tailored to meet the demands of challenging environments, Hotplus is ideal for high-pressure metal injection processes, including zamak, aluminum, and magnesium, as well as metal extrusion applications such as aluminum, brass, copper, and silver. The Hotplus series takes precedence in hot forging and hot forming applications, addressing the unique requirements of these processes.

 

FEXOY, a standout within the Hotplus lineup, boasts exceptional wear resistance (crater wear) and solid lubrication properties achieved through a proprietary combination of long-term diffusion process hardening and an oxide-based coating.

 

This makes it the top choice for hot forging press molds and high-pressure metal injection sleeves. Revolutionize your hot work applications with Hotplus, ensuring longevity, efficiency, and peak performance in your metal extrusion and forging endeavors. Trust FEXOY to deliver unparalleled durability and reliability, setting new standards in the realm of hot work coatings.

Details of the PVD-Coating of the molds

ADVANTAGES Advantages OF THE PVD-COATING OF THE MOLDS

The coating process temperature is below 500°C, so there is no change in size in mold steels that have undergone high temperature tempering.

With the coating, we form a thin film layer of high hardness and thickness in the range of 2-8 m along the surface form, hardnesses up to 4500 HV. Thus, we increase the mold’s resistance to abrasion, wrapping and sticking.

When PVD coating is combined with special diffusion processes, which we call the duplex process, we increase the resistance to corrugated abrasion (abrasive, abrasion, cavitation) on the mold surface at much better levels, apart from increasing the winding adhesion resistance in the molds.

It is a thin film (2-8 micron thickness) layer.

It reduces the coefficient of friction compared to the precision machined steel surface.

Increases corrosion resistance

With the coating, a low coefficient of friction (compared to the steel surface) is provided on the mold surface, thus it provides an advantage and accelerates the removal of the workpiece from the mold. It contributes to the reduction of mold cycle times.

When multi-layer, multilayer is applied, each layer can be in different combinations (such as nitride and carbon-based), as a result of this, the clarification (deepening) of cracks that may occur on the mold surface can be postponed.

Coating is a highly reproducible process, and the same process performance can be achieved each time, specific to the molds.

It gives high hardness (2500-4500 HV)

It protects the surface very well.

Decomposition resistance temperatures/oxidation temperatures are high.

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NANO PVD COATINGS SERIES PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Covering Chemical Composition Colour Sertlik (HV 0.05) Friction coefficient (against steel) Thickness (μm) Oxidation/ Decomposition Temperature(°C) General Characteristics Mold Application Suggestions
AlTiCrN Dark grey 3600±400 0,4 2 – 8 900°C High hardness, high toughness, good high temperature resistance In high pressure aluminum injection cores, aluminum extrusion die-tenon and hot forming cores
AlCrN Light grey 3600±300 0,5 2 – 5 1000°C High hardness, high hot hardness, very good high temperature resistance High pressure aluminum injection insert-core, in hot forming cores
TiAlN Dried rose 2800±200 0,4 4 – 8 800°C High toughness and high hot hardness, low coefficient of friction and high applicability of coating thickness In high pressure aluminum and zamak injection cores, pin, insert-core, hot forming cores
ZrN Light yellow 3000±200 0,35 2 – 5 600°C Excellent surface properties, very high adhesive wear resistance, very good corrosion resistance In high pressure magnesium injection

FEXOY

Diffusion Process + FeO Dark black 1150± 50 12 – 15 Dark black Abrasion resistance and solid lubricating surface properties Diffusion Process Press hot forging dies, Metal injection sleeves
TiN Gold yellow 2600±200 0,5 2 – 4 600°C General purpose use, wide application area, all mechanicalchemical properties are moderate In cutting (if the workpiece is iron-based) molds
CrN Silver grey 2100±200 0,35 2 – 8 600°C High toughness, corrosion resistance, low coefficient of friction Forming molds
TiCN Magenta-grey 3800±200 0,25 2 – 4 400°C High hardness, high wear resistance and low friction coefficient, improved toughness, lubricating properties Cutting, forming molds
TiCrN Dark golden yellow 3400±200 0,35 2 – 5 600°C Excellent toughness, low coefficient of friction, high hardness, high resistance to workpiece sticking and wrapping Deep drawing, forming molds
AlCrN Light grey 3600±200 0,5 1 – 4 1000°C High hardness, high hot hardness, high oxidation resistance In cutting (precision, dry cutting) molds
AlTiN Anthracite 3400±200 0,75 2 – 6 900°C High hardness, high toughness, high temperature resistance, high hot hardness In cutting, plucking cutting, forming mold
ZrN Light yellow 3000±200 0,35 2 – 5 600°C Excellent surface properties, very high adhesive wear resistance, very good corrosion resistance. Forming (if the workpiece is non-ferrous based) molds
TiN Gold yellow 2600±200 0,5 2 –4 600°C General purpose use, wide application area, all mechanicalchemical properties are moderate Plastic injection mold, pin, pusher, scrapers
CrN Silver grey 2100±200 0,35 2 – 8 600°C High toughness, corrosion resistance, low coefficient of friction Plastic injection mold cores, cores, scrapers
TiCN Magenta-grey 3800±200 0,25 2 – 4 400°C High hardness, high wear resistance and low friction coefficient,improved toughness, lubricating properties Plastic injection moulding, cutting, forming
TiCrN Dark golden yellow 3400±200 0,35 2 – 5 600°C Excellent toughness, low coefficient of friction, high hardness, high resistance to workpiece sticking and wrapping Plastic injection mold cores, cores, scrapers
AlTiN Anthracite 3400±200 0,7 2 – 6 900°C High hardness, high toughness, high temperature resistance, high hot hardness Plastic injection mold, cores, pin, pushers, scrapers
ZrN Light yellow 3000±200 0,35 2 – 5 600°C Excellent surface properties, very high adhesive wear resistance, very good corrosion resistance, Plastic injection mold cores, cores, scrapers
Patent Silver gray anthracite 3400±200 0,35 2 – 8 600°C High toughness, corrosion resistance, low internal stress, low coefficient of friction, high wear resistance for copper-beryllium alloy CuBe2 – copper-beryllium alloy; plastic injection mold cores, cores

PLASTIC INJECTION APPLICATIONS


We have Moldplus series PVD coatings, which do not impair the surface sensitivity of plastic injection molds, and PVD coating solutions to increase mold life. For example; In plastic injection, on steel-steel working surfaces (scrapers, cores, pins-pushers, wear/locking plates), in plastic injection molds with glass fiber (20-50%) additive or corrosive raw material, in molds with plastic raw material retention problems, cuBe2 copper- We recommend cuBe2 copper-beryllium in molds using beryllium alloy to significantly increase the abrasion resistance and to provide abrasion resistance in patterned molds.

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