Zinc Nickel Plating

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...

Primarily used in the protection of iron and steel, zinc nickel plating- or zinc nickel electroplating- is the process of bonding a zinc-nickel alloy to a substrate metal. During the process of Zinc nickel electroplating, the zinc and nickel chemically bond to the surface through...

Zinc nickel electroplating is an automotive industry standard. Other alloys simply do not provide the same level of corrosion protection that zinc nickel electroplating does. The benefits of zinc nickel electroplating include high corrosion resistance, reduced possibility of galvanic corrosion, and the ability to withstand high...