Functionalizing the surfaces of inserts or cutting tools utilizing high-performance surface modification techniques gives a number of performance benefits. A coating usually prevents rust, adds lubrication, decreases scratching and buildup, and makes razor blade cleaning easier. The coating is sometimes applied to make the blade tougher in order to extend its life.
Alfa Chemistry is a surface modification expert; we modify the surface of blade tools to improve various attributes such as oil, filth, and other material repellency without affecting blade sharpness. We work together to design cutting instruments that are high-performing and long-lasting! Contact us if you want to make knives that are high-performing and long-lasting.
We provide surface modification solutions that can be applied to a wide range of blade and razor difficulties. If you want to improve the quality of your products, you might consider using our blade and razor coating.
Alfa Chemistry coats the surface of your blades, razors, or cutting tools with a choice of ultra-thin functionalized coatings that improve long-term performance without affecting initial performance. These nanoscale coatings are optically clear and long-lasting.
Platinum, Teflon, chromium, ceramic, and tungsten coatings are common. The platinum coating is intended to keep the blade sharp while preventing damage. The PTFE coating decreases friction between the blade and the skin, reducing discomfort and making it an excellent alternative for those with sensitive skin. The chrome coating protects the blade from corrosion, which would otherwise dull it and increase the risk of nicks and cuts. The ceramic coating works in a similar way to chrome, extending the life of the blade. We also provide sharpness-enhancing low-temperature nanotechnology PVD coatings. It avoids the teardrop effect on the cutting edge, which lowers product quality, as compared to typical PVD coatings.
We offer extremely repellent hydrophobic and oleophobic coatings with water contact angles of around 120 degrees and oil contact angles of approximately 90 degrees. The contact angle is only slightly affected after wear.
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