Electroplating And Metal Finishing Services For Automotive & General Industry

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Iron and steel metals, despite their strength, are prone to oxidization (rust formation). As rust sets in, the metals corrode, fatigue, and break down. To slow the oxidation process and make the metal parts last longer, zinc is used as an agent to coat them....

Metal parts are often prone to corrosion, especially when they're used in an environment that has a lot of moisture. By covering these metal parts with more noble metals such as nickel, copper, chromium, and zinc, these parts are able to last longer. This is because the covering, also...

With multiple metal components operating simultaneously, automobile manufacturers trust companies specializing in automotive plating to help protect every component, especially those that will be exposed to the elements. When choosing a manufacturer to go to for automotive plating, it is vital to know they offer...

Though not as widely used as some other electroplating processes, such as zinc plating, zinc nickel plating offers an improvement in corrosion protection, can be used for various complicated shapes, and provides amplified brightness when used as a base layer for a surface. Here are...

A popular way to protect various metals from corrosion, zinc nickel electroplating is widely utilized across many industries. With its resistance to harsh chemicals and other environmental elements, it is easy to see why this coating is a popular choice in the automotive industry. From...

One of the most widely used plating services, zinc electroplating is a common plating used in automotive plating, aerospace, and a variety of other industries. Through the process of electro deposition, zinc is bonded with another substrate metal like iron or steel. The electro deposition...