This process is excellent for use in applications that require uniform distribution throughout
the entire part. It features excellent corrosion resistance, wearability, lubricity and soderability. Parts range from small
electronic connectors to machine parts.
This process is used in the vast majority of manufacturing where a low-cost corrosion resistant,
decorative type finish is required. Parts range from nuts and bolts, metal stampings and computer components to machine parts
used in military equipment. Zinc plating is capable of encompassing parts as small as nuts and bolts.
This process is run without the addition of any brighteners or levelers. It is used primarily
in applications where ductility, low stress and solderability are required. Parts range from washers to pins and eyelets used
for glass to metal seals for electronic applications.
CHROMATE ON ALUMINUM
This process is accomplished through an emersion dip in a solution containing chromate acid which
is used on aluminum parts for corrosion resistane. It is used on a wide variety of aluminum parts ranging from small stampings
to larger cast and machine housings, as well as extrusions and fabricated chasis.
This process is used primarily in electronic applications where good conductivity, bonding and
solderability is required. It is used on small brass and copper contacts as well as fabricated aluminum housings for the electronics
industry. It is also utilized for larger copper contacts and buss bars for electrical switches.
This process is similar to and used for the same applications as zinc, except that it provides
for a far superior corrosion resistance than zinc does and, due to its RF shielding effect and solderability, it is widely
used for military and electronics applications. This service is offered on small lots of fasteners done by barrel plating.
Our capability is for rack plating of parts.
This process is widely used as an interface between the base metal and the final coating, usually
being nickel or silver. It is also used at a thickness of 7/10th to 1 mil as a mass prior to heat treating. We offer this
finish for both requirements. Parts include small barrel parts as well as rack parts. The copper has a dull finish.
Tin is a soft metal usually plated over brass or copper where some corrosion resistance along
with lubricity and solderability are required. It is widely used in electronic applications where parts must be soldered together.
Parts range from small stampings and screw machine parts to larger stampings and fabrications used in electronic automotive
This process is used primarily on brass and copper to remove surface scale and oxidation leaving
the part clean and uniformly bright in appearance with a minimal of tarnish resistance. Parts range from fasteners and stampings
to machine housings and valve bodies.
This process is used on all types of stainless steel. It removes oil, grease and metal particles,
leaving the part clean and resistant to oxidation.
WE ALSO OFFER DEGREASING AND BAKING FOR HYDROGEN EMBRITTLEMENT RELIEF
AT OUR FACILITY.