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Military - COATED KNIFE

Military knives, military tools- dodaj opis

Blade coatings are used to increase corrosion, wear and scratch resistance. Coatings have an anti-reflective appearance and do not reflect in twilling or darkness; therefore, knives with coated blades are especially suitable for tactical use and hunting in the night.

BLADE COATING PROCESS 

During the coating process, a very thin film of substrate is being coated on a blade surface. The selection of a coated substance depends on the purpose of the knife’s intended use. The most commonly used coating techniques in knife manufacturing are physical vapor deposition, chemical vapor deposition, chemical and electrochemical techniques, and spraying.

 

PVD COATING:

In PVD, Physical Vapour Deposition coating process, a material used for coating is vaporised at a high temperature and then coated on the blade surface in the process of condensation. The coating material can be in a solid or liquid state before the actual coating procedure. PVD coatings have high hardness and are more corrosion resistant than other coatings. Such blades also have good impact resistance and durability and are anti-reflective. Due to good anti-corrosion properties, PVD coating is especially suitable for non-stainless steels, such as high-, ultra-high carbon steel and tool steel.

ASPIS COATING:

Blades with ASPIS coating are corrosion resistant. Due to the black matte colour, ASPIS coated blades do not reflect light, and therefore such knives are suitable for tactical use. During the ASPIS coating process, the blade is soaked in an oxidant solution, which cools and becomes hard. The average thickens of the coated film is approximately 0.1 micron. 

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