Industrial Hard Carbon is a diamond-like thin film coating that offers flexibility in many different applications, allowing it to succeed where other films fail. IHC is commonly used in applications where high wear-resistance, lubricity, and hardness represent important factors; the thin film can handle extreme conditions.
Industrial Hard Carbon has developed coating processes that allow composite material parts to receive performance-enhancing benefits under extreme conditions. We strive to reduce weight while increasing the durability of parts in high-temperature environments. Our solutions are applied by a highly-skilled team of professionals, who control every detail of the coating process, from the substrate to the surface, and our state-of-the-art vacuum chambers.”
We offer innovative thin-film coatings, and with an industry-leading turnaround time, why go with anyone else? We currently support highly recognized companies in the industry. Hard carbon composite parts, such as brake ducts, brake shrouds, and fuel rails, can all receive benefits from our solutions. We are not like other companies.… we build our own vacuum chambers!
Carbon Raptor® by IHC allows the engine, trans, and drivetrain to operate at their highest efficiency.
When ceramics and other carbon-based protective coatings can’t meet the challenge, the combined hardness, lubricity, and flexibility of Carbon Raptor by IC result in phenomenal wear resistance. This thin film can be applied evenly and thoroughly to both the most intricate and massive parts.
Casidiam® by IHC is the latest addition to our DLC coatings portfolio. Casidiam’s® extremely hard base layer increases the load-carrying capacity and scratch-resistance of its tribologically effective DLC top layer even further, making it the perfect coating for applications where extreme contact pressures along with sliding velocities are present.
Armor™ by IHC is an extremely hard yet ductile Chromium Nitride (CrN) coating with excellent abrasion, corrosion, and oxidation resistance. Armor™ ’s low intrinsic stress properties result in excellent adhesion to the substrate under the most demanding conditions and deliver long-lasting resistance to galling and fretting.