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Our Services

Our Capabilities:

  • Diffused Nickel-Cadmium Plating

  • Zinc plating

  • Zinc-Nickel Alloy Plating

  • Bright Nickel Plating/Sulfamate Nickel Plating

  • Woods nickel strike

  • Silver plating

  • Gold plating

  • Rhodium plating

  • Platinum Plating

  • Plating on titanium,monel, and other exotic metals

  • Zinc-Aluminum coating

  • Zinc Flake Coating

  • Many types and colors of Xylan + Xylar I and II ceramic-Metallic primer

  • Painting including epoxies, polyurethanes, etc.

  • Chem film (aka alodine) on Aluminum, clear and gold

  • Passivation of stainless steel

  • Zinc and manganese phosphate

  • Black Oxide stainless steel, and brass. 

  • Dry film lube

  • Cetyl alcohol lube

  • Coating Removal

  • Sandblasting

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Zinc Plating

Zinc is a soft, ductile, decorative, marginally solder able, corrosion resistant finish. Unlike most commonly plated metals, zinc protects the piece by sacrificing itself and thus corrodes before the base metal. This means that zinc will protect even if the zinc coating sustains miner damage such as scratches and punctures. This is sometimes an advantage over other types of plating. Zinc is the most reactive of all common metals and may be attacked or dissolved by ordinary liquids such as soft drinks and vinegar.

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Cadmiun Plating

  • Used for corrosion protection on Aircraft landing gear and other ultra high strength steel parts

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Silver Plating

  • Silver, besides being decorative, has the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of any metal. In most cases it is plated out looking white or pickled and can be polished with silver polish to bring out a shine.

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Xylan Spray Coating

Xylan coatings offer a wide range of properties that create a heat-resistant, highly impermeable, low-friction surface. Because of these features, Xylan coatings are often used as dry-film lubricants, for mold release, on automotive components, for the bakeware industry, and in a range of other industrial applications. Is generally used to reduce friction, improve wear resistance, and for non-stick applications. Additionally, it can be used to protect a metal from corrosion.

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Gold Plating

Cobalt Plating

Cobalt, deposit has a low coefficient of friction. Provides good wear resistance at elevated temperatures. Used as a touch-up for chromium plating.

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Copper Plating

Copper Plating, is the most common of all metals to be plated on to another metal. It's finish is soft, red, ductile and solder able. It is seldom used as a final plate because it tarnishes easily. Copper is an excellent choice as an under plate since it is easy to buff or polish and it will cover small imperfections on the surface.  Copper is highly conductive and makes a great coating for printed circuit or over steel wire that is used to conduct electricity.   It is about the only metal that will plate over zinc diecast.

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Nickel Plating

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Nickel Plating, is a yellowish white, hard, reflective finish used for wear resistance, solder ability, or dimensional restoration. Nickel plate often used over copper and under chromium for a decorative finish. Nickel is a very hard metal with poor ductility, therefore parts that are to be plated with nickel should be bent into their final shape before plating whenever possible. Nickel should be plated over copper before gold plating to reduce the corrosion or darkening of the gold.