RVS Technology is a technique that makes it possible to form a ferrosilicate (i.e. metal ceramic) surface structure on friction surfaces. The new surface structure has unique physical and chemical properties, and it is possible to restore sliding surfaces up to their original shape without disassembling the equipment being treated.
What is unique about the RVS Technology is that the restoration is carried out while the equipment being treated is under its normal operation conditions and that the restoration process ceases automatically as the required result is obtained.
The clearances in every friction pair in the mechanism are optimised to such a level that is hard to achieve by many of the construction methods used nowadays.
All this is done without disassembling and assembling the mechanism, without buying expensive spare parts. The result is a reliable mechanism for a long time.
The RVS Technology works everywhere if friction is available, i.e. where there is heat energy.
The new surface structure is not unfamiliar with the original metal, with which it has been formed. There is no sharp boundary between the base material and the new surface structure, and that is why the ferrosilicate structure cannot be removed as coatings (i.e. chrome and nickel)