Titanium (Ti) Plasma Coating spray
Cementless implanted endoprosthesis require a rough surface to create a tight bonding between bone tissues and the implant.
Titanium coating is a porous and rough coating that once deposited on to the implants allows:
- Bone ingrowth in the voids of the coating creating a firm fixation between the implant and the tissues.
- Reduces the pressure at the bone-implant interface.
Added value to typical characterization:
- Porous titanium coating
- Porosity of I 5 % – 40 %
- Coating roughness > Rz 100 µm
- Adhesion > 22 MPa
- Excellent bond strenght
- Enhanced specific surface for bonding