EUROLLS, with its extensive 30-year experience in the cold rolling of special materials, has embarked on a strategic initiative to enhance its capabilities by investing in state-of-the-art "high technology" coating installations. This significant step forward has been made possible through close collaboration between EUROLLS' dedicated team of engineers and some of the most reputable International Research Institutes in Italy.
The decision to invest in advanced coating installations showcases EUROLLS' commitment to staying at the forefront of technological innovation within the sector. By leveraging the knowledge and expertise gained over three decades, EUROLLS aims to further elevate its offerings and provide customers with enhanced products and services.
The collaboration with esteemed International Research Institutes reflects EUROLLS' dedication to tapping into the latest scientific advancements and best practices. This partnership ensures that the new coating installations are developed with cutting-edge techniques and methodologies, aligning with international standards of excellence.
Overall, EUROLLS' investment in high technology coating installations demonstrates its proactive approach to adapting to industry trends and evolving customer demands. This move positions EUROLLS as a forward-looking leader in the field, capable of delivering top-notch solutions through the integration of experience, innovation, and collaboration.
INCREASE OF HARDNESS
The increase in surface hardness generally leads to benefits in terms of wear resistance. Different degrees of hardness can be reached depending on the type of treatment or coating.
LOW ROUGHNESS AND FRICTION COEFFICIENT
A good surface roughness and a reduced friction coefficient improve the mutual flow of the materials and consequently increase their life.
HIGH RESISTANCE TO CORROSION AND OXIDATION
In some environmental conditions the resistance to corrosion and oxidation that contribute to the wear of the components is fundamental.
HIGHER WEAR RESISTANCE
There are different types of wear, abrasive, fatigue, adhesive, corrosive etc., for each application the best coating is studied in order to counteract the related wear phenomenon.
Electrical insulation is one of the characteristics that can be reached with particular coatings, and which therefore make it possible to insulate an object made of non-insulating material.
Thermal insulation is an important property in high temperature applications where, together with normal wear phenomena, degradation due to corrosive conditions at high temperatures is combined.
The use of coatings with bio-compatible materials allows the application of such coatings in medical and food fields.
This property is fundamental in particular applications in which the materials in contact may have bonding phenomena, therefore in applications such as hot pressing, plastics molding and lamination coatings are used which reduce this characteristic.