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The purpose of electroplating is to obtain a metallic coating having different properties or dimensions than that of the base metal. The properties that can be achieved through plating are: corrosion protection, improved appearance, wear protection, hardness, lubricity, solder ability, conductivity and resistance to high temperatures.

Industries Served:

  • Defense, Military, Aerospace

  • Nuclear

  • Valve and Pipe

  • Measuring Equipment Components

  • Measuring Instruments Gage

  • Textile

  • Office Equipment

  • Commercial Machinery

  • Industrial Equipment

  • Food Processing

  • Medical

  • Tool Manufacturing

  • Sheet Metal Fabricator

  • Plumbing Fixture

  • Lighting Fixture

  • Appliance

  • Marine Motorcycle and Automobile

  • Antique Marine, Motorcycle, Automobile and Fire Engine Hardware

  • Antique Stoves, Barber Chairs, Door Hardware, etc.

Plating Finishes - Military Specifications

Industrial Hard Chrome - Hevavalent: QQ-C-320, ASTM-B177

Decorative Chrome - Hexavalent & Trivalent: ASTM-B456

Nickel - Bright: QQ-N-290, ASTM-B689

Electroless Nickel: MIL-C-26074, ASTM-B733

Copper - Acid & Cyanide: MIL-C-14550, ASTM-B734

Cadmium: QQ-P-416, ASTM-B766

Zinc: QQ-Z-325, ASTM-B633

Zinc Phosphate - Parkerizing: DOD-P-16232

Chromate Conversion Coatings - Iridite - Chemical Film: MIL-C-5541

Passivation: QQ-P-35, ASTM-A967, AMS-2700A

RoHS Compliant

Polishing, Blasting, Stripping,

Baking - Stress Relieve - Hydrogen Embrittlement Relief




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