A technology called PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) has become popular in the modern times. PVD is used to develop a thin coating on medical devices like pacemakers and orthopedic implants that is resistant to wear. This technology alters the surface properties of the device, but does not interfere with the properties and uses of the basic material. The coating adheres to the substrate and is conformal and pinhole-free. Moreover, it is a great protector against permeation and is hygienic. When used in medical devices, it is necessary to ensure the biocompatibility of the component. A biological testing laboratory has tested Blackline and has confirmed that it is biocompatible for devices that come into close contact with bone, skin, tissue and blood and is suitable for both internal and external medical devices.
PVD Jewelry is made out of biocompatible matherial and comes in a variety of different types of jewelry.
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