The special feature of our coatings is the (top secret) material composition on the one hand and the demanding and complex process of establishing the connection between the golf clubs and our coatings on the other hand.
In a first step, the clubs are blasted and freed of all unwanted oxides. Thereafter, the clubhead wanders into an HVF burner that reaches 5,000 degrees Celsius and fires the particles of the Coating onto the clubface with Mach 3.5. The particles – initially individual powders – are gasified, mixed and transported into the HVF burner. Due to the extreme temperature and speed, the particles forge into the clubface and produce a uniformly rough surface. This coating does not change the characteristic of the grooves, after all, it is not even thicker than half a hair.
Our coatings would be of little value if they were not compatible with the Rules of Golf, set by the R & A of St. Andrews and the USGA. That’s why we have always made sure that our coatings comply with all international golf club and face requirements throughout the development process.
The coatings are within the guidelines of the R&A of St. Andrews and the USGA in the USA. Since our method does not change the grooves, bounces or grinds, the only relevant parameter is the roughness of the impact area of the golf club. In this regard, the Official Rules of the Golf state that the roughness of the clubface shall not exceed the guideline value of 180 micro inches (4.5 ymetres). By using the most modern measuring methods we can assure that the roughness of every single club does not exceed 4,5 ymtre.