Kerpen, Deutschland (PressExposure) July 12, 2011 -- AHC OberflÃ¤chentechnik GmbH comprises 15 sites with headquarters in Kerpen, near Cologne, Germany. The business of the AHC Group is focused on providing functional coating of technical surfaces as a service. Components e.g. for the automotive industry, the mechanical engineering market, the areospace industry or for electricals and electronics are protected against corrosion and wear or given special properties by using patented and in-house-developed processes.
The redesigned, interactive web portal of AHC OberflÃ¤chentechnik, Germany, is now online with an English version (www.ahc-surface.com). AHC's intention is to provide customers as well as prospective customers with even more up-to-date, more extensive and more interesting information on surface technology and to demonstrate that there is a modern, customer-oriented service company with tradition and innovation.
The clear and distinctly structured web site leads visitors easily to the respective contact partner and they will continue to find tried-and-tested content such as the process guide. It can be learned more about the history of AHC OberflÃ¤chentechnik. Visitors will discover training opportunities and professional perspectives. Numerous well-presented application examples show where AHC's coatings provide solutions to the questions of the customer.
AHC also does a fair bit of creative thinking und risks a curious glance at some of Mother Nature's clever inventions which have stood the test of time. This knowledge from millions of years of biological evolution provides AHC with valuable information and creative inspiration to develop new functional surface designs for different materials.
Known examples of function surfaces from the world of fauna and flora are the self-cleaning lotus leaf, the perfectly streamlined skin of a dolphin and the highly adhesive feet of the gecko. AHC also takes a very close look at a varied range of survival artists who have adapted perfectly to their environment. More can be read on the pages of AHC's English website.