AHC Oberflächentechnik GmbH is a leading European job-shop plater in the field of functional surface treatment of materials made of metal, light metal and plastic.Components for the automotive industry, the aerospace industry medical technology, mechanical and electrical engineering, and numerous other sectors are protected from corrosion and wear or imparted with special, innovative surface properties by means of patented and proprietary coating processes.The range of services available within the AHC group extends over 40 processes. The following are the main processes:- Hard Anodic Coating HART-COAT®- Aluminiumoxide with polymer particles TUFRAM®- Selective Galvanic Coatings SELGA-COAT®- Anodising- Plasmachemical Anodising KEPLA-COAT® / MAGOXID-COAT®- Chromium-free Passivation for Magnesium MAGPASS-COAT®- Electroless Nickel DURNI-COAT®- Electroless Nickel with polymers NEDOX®- Dry Lubricant Coatings GLISS-COAT®- The world’s “slipperiest” solid HI-T-LUBE®- Microfinish as smooth as glass HMF®- Coating based on polymers LECTROFLUOR®- Layer combinations with fluoropolymers SYNCOAT®- Sealings SILA-COAT®- Optimisation of friction occurrences DURALLOY®- Selective hard chrome plating SELGA-COAT® CHROME- Selective oxidation of aluminium surfaces via laser LASOX-COAT®A regional team of sales engineers with highly qualified specialists guarantee complete technical service for any question about material treatment.Benefit-oriented and application-specific research and development have priority in the AHC Group. In the many internal R&D departments of AHC Group, experts work in close cooperation with customers to develop individual coating solutions for innovative products in the fields of surface treatment and chemicals.We cover the entire requirement of process chemicals around the world with our subsidiary RIAG Oberflächentechnik AG for processes utilising chemical and electrochemical treatment of metals and plastics. Licenses are issued around the world for our patented coating processes. The AHC Group is a company of the Dutch Aalberts Industries N.V. and has 19 sites in Austria, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland and Switzerland.