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PVD Flatware

Three A Stainless Steel primarily supplies high-quality PVD dinnerware sets to tableware and cookware wholesalers, and we offer an OEM service that allows wholesalers to customize their dinnerware sets to their specific requirements. Whether it's choosing a color or finish, or adding personalized branding, Three A Stainless Steel can accommodate a variety of customization needs.

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What is PVD?

PVD stands for Physical Vapor Deposition, which is a cutting-edge coating technology used to enhance the durability and appearance of stainless steel flatware.

What is a PVD flatware set?

A PVD flatware set consists of utensils like forks, knives, and spoons that are made from high-quality 18/8 stainless steel. The term "18/8" refers to the composition of the stainless steel, which contains 18% chromium and 8% nickel. This composition ensures excellent corrosion resistance, strength, and durability.

The key feature of a PVD flatware set is the PVD coating applied to the stainless steel surface. PVD coating is a thin layer of metal deposited on the flatware through a vacuum deposition process. This coating provides several advantages over stainless steel flatware:

Enhanced Durability: The PVD coating adds a protective layer to the stainless steel, making the flatware set more resistant to scratches, abrasion, and fading. This ensures a longer lifespan for the utensils, even with regular use.

Vibrant Colors and Finishes: PVD coating allows for a wide range of colors and finishes, giving your flatware set a luxurious and stylish appearance. This versatility in design makes PVD flatware sets highly attractive for customers seeking unique and aesthetically pleasing tableware.

Easy Maintenance: PVD flatware is easy to clean and maintain. The coating provides a smooth and non-porous surface that resists staining and tarnishing. It can be washed by hand or in a dishwasher without losing its luster.

Is PVD tableware safe?

PVD tableware is considered safe for everyday use. The PVD coating is inert and does not react with food or release any harmful substances when used within normal operating conditions. It meets international standards for food contact materials and is free from heavy metals and toxins.

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