Arc spraying method allows to apply
а) Titanium nitride, which has a gold color. This coating is widely used
in medicine and food industry, construction, the jewelry industry. When
titanium nitride coating on the surface of the cutting tool surface
hardness of 2800 HV (80HRC) friction coefficient of about 0.5 Thermal
stability up to 540 degrees. Using the above advantages it allows to
increase the cutting tool feed, improve wear resistance and durability
of the cutting tool during its coating of titanium nitride.
b) Titanium nitride - alumina has a surface hardness of the same as that
of titanium nitride. Its main advantage is to work at higher
temperatures above 750 degrees. Very effective for the treatment of
intractable tool steels, stainless steel, titanium, non-ferrous metals
and cast iron.
Titanium carbonitride - has a surface hardness of about 4000 HV (90HRC),
while its thermal stability of about 400 degrees. Finds use by choosing
a combination of feed rate and cooling. Used for cast iron, abrasive
materials, non-ferrous metals and aluminum flinty
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TITANIUM NITRIDE COATING
Technology of vacuum evaporation is used when depositing
decorative composite coating on materials of internal and
external design of architectural buildings, roofs of temples and
domes, consumer goods and bijouterie.
Coating with persistent ecologically clean materials (titanium
nitrides, carbides, oxides, titanium carbooxinitrides, gold and
other precious metals and alloys, diamond-like carbon) is made
on sheet or shaped articles from stainless steel, glass and
other materials by vacuum ionic technologies, reactive magnetron
sputtering and arc spraying in modern spraying systems.
Materials with such composite coating are suggested to be used
when decorating facades, dome and temple roofs coating and
buildings internal and external design decorating, gold-plate
changing on different articles of church and society purposes.
Titanium nitride is applied for domes of religious buildings
because it is able to change tinsel at considerable depreciation
of works and materials.
GALVAN CHEMISTRY TECHNOLOGY OF GILDING
Such technology allows depositing galvanic coating on articles
of large dimensions including stainless steel articles.
Such technology is applied for decorating and restoration of art
and antiquarian articles, auto accessories, mobile telephones
frames, household equipment, articles of church plate, church
domes and crosses.
Gilded sanitary engineering from stainless steel has a splendid
appearance (sink, towel drier, pool hand-rails and barriers of
stairs, balusters, locks, frames and many others).
Titanium nitride is a compound of titanium and nitrogen TiNx
(x=0.58-1.00), it represents interstitial alloy with a large
area of homogeneity, crystals with a cubic lattice.
It’s got by nitration of titanium at temperature 12000C
or other ways.
Application: high-temperature material for different purposes,
antiwear coating; color is yellow like a gold.
Material of substrate is stainless steel.
Standard size of sheet is 1000x2000 mm (maximum is 1250x2500
Thickness of substrate is 0.4-0.7 mm.
Titanium nitride coating, thickness is 0.4-0.5 micron; coating
has gold color of different shades.
Light-diffusion is from mirror to lusterless.
Mechanical properties: multiple bending and cold punching are
Atmosphere resistance is 50 years.
Titanium nitride (TiN) (sometimes known as “Tinite” or
“TiNite” or “TiN”) is an extremely hard ceramic material, often
used as a coating on titanium alloys, steel, carbide, and
aluminium components to improve the substrate's surface
Applied as a thin coating, TiN is used to harden and protect
cutting and sliding surfaces, for decorative purposes (due to
its gold appearance), and as a non-toxic exterior for medical
implants. In most applications a coating of less than 5
micrometres (0.00020 in) is applied.
TiN-coated drill bit
A well-known use for TiN coating is for edge
retention and corrosion resistance on
machine tooling, such as drill bits and
milling cutters, often improving their
lifetime by a factor of three or more.
Because of TiN's metallic gold color, it is
used to coat costume jewelry and automotive
trim for decorative purposes. TiN is also
widely used as a top-layer coating, usually
with nickel (Ni) or chromium (Cr) plated
substrates, on consumer plumbing fixtures
and door hardware. As a coating it is used
in aerospace and military applications and
to protect the sliding surfaces of
suspension forks of bicycles and motorcycles
as well as the shock shafts of radio
controlled cars. TiN is non-toxic, meets FDA
guidelines and has seen use in medical
devices such as scalpel blades and
orthopedic bone saw blades where sharpness
and edge retention are important. TiN
coatings have also been used in implanted
prostheses (especially hip replacement
implants) and other medical implants.
Though less visible, thin films of TiN are
also used in microelectronics, where they
serve as conductive barrier between the
active device and the metal contacts used to
operate it. While the film blocks diffusion
of metal into the silicon, it is conductive
enough (30–70 μΩ·cm) to allow a good
electrical connection. In this context, TiN
is classified as a "barrier metal", even
though it is clearly a ceramic from the
perspective of chemistry or mechanical
behavior. Recent chip design in the 45 nm
technology and beyond also makes use of TiN
as a metal material for improved transistor
performance. In combination with gate
dielectrics (e.g. HfSiO) that have a higher
permittivity compared to standard SiO2 the
gate length can be scaled down with low
leakage, higher drive current and same or
better threshold voltage.
Due to their high biostability, TiN layers
may also be used as electrodes in
bioelectronic applications like in
intelligent implants or in-vivo biosensors
that have to withstand the severe corrosion
caused by the body fluid. TiN electrodes
have already been applied in the subretinal
prosthesis project as well as in biomedical
microelectromechanical systems (BioMEMS).
FOR PRODUCING DECORATIVE SURFACE COATING MATERIALS AND PRODUCTS
a method for producing decorative coatings
on the surface of materials and articles comprising applying a
metal coating film of refractory metal or alloy, followed by
annealing in air at a heating rate of 40 - 110oS/min temperature
to 200 - 650 ° C and exposure to produce the desired hue. For
coatings of golden color product is heated to a temperature of
200 - 445oS and for color from blue to purple - temperutury to
450 - 650C for 5 - 60 min.
Decorative coatings using vacuum ion-plasma (vacuum arc and magnetron)
sputtering method is widely used due to environmental clean
production and high quality of the decorative and protective films.
Impediments to the further spread of these methods are: relatively high
cost of the equipment required high production standards, strict
requirements for quality and purity of the workpiece surfaces. With the
help of vacuum methods decorative coatings is possible to form films of
various metals and their compounds: titanium zirconium aluminum silver
chromium nickel niobium tantalum stainless steel titanium nitride (TiNx),
zirconium nitride (ZrNx), titanium oxide (TiOx), zirconium oxide (ZrOx),
alumina (Al2O3), titanium oxycarbide (TiCxOy), zirconium oxycarbide (ZrCxOy),
titanium carbonitride (TixNyCz), zirconium carbonitride (ZrxNyCz) etc.