PVD is an innovative technology that allows the deposition of a very fine and thin metal film on a product in this case of stainless steel hobs.
PVD stands for phisical vapor deposition, or physical vapor deposition. The process takes place inside a vacuum chamber where a precious metal generally chromium, titanium or vanadium is evaporated and the particles are deposited on the product that I intend to coat.
The main mechanical characteristics of Forster PVD products are; high hardness, 10 times more than a stainless steel, high scratch and abrasion resistance, Forster PVD is not just an aesthetic PVD but a technical PVD. PVD Foster guarantees unalterability of the surface and coloring from UV rays, corrosion resistance practically unbeatable, the PVD hobs also resist salts, acids and aggressive detergent products also present in the home environment.
All these performances are not at the expense of sustainability, the PVD Foster product remains a truly green product. The process by which it is obtained is green because no products harmful to the environment are released, the final product is green, being hypoallergenic and 100% suitable for food use.
Foster PVD products are offered in three colors: "Gun Metal, Gold and Copper" in two brushed and vintage finishes.