We have different plating processes on different metallic substrates, with finishes such as Silver, Anodized, Zinc, Chromatos, Tin and more. In addition to advanced measurement equipment that allows us to guarantee the requirements of each of our customers (X-ray machine, portable equipment for thickness measurement)..
Finished in compliance with the RoHS Standard
What is RoHS Compliance?
European Requirement, RoHS (Restriction for the use of dangerous substances) limiting regulation of specific substances such as regulations, lead, cadmium, polybrominated biphenyl (PBB), mercury, hexavalent chromium, and polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) flame retardants – in new electronic and electric equipment.
Aluminum Conversion Coating (Chemical Film)
Chemical coating widely used to give protection to Aluminum. Application only on Aluminum bases.
Copper is commonly used as a base to allow the deposit of the final finish. Improves the electrical properties, prevents the migration of the final deposit, improves the resistance to corrosion on the final finish.
Used to remove metal impurities on stainless steel surfaces as well as to increase its resistance to corrosion which is promoted as a natural tendency to surface oxidation. The appearance of the base metal does not change. The process purifies the surface and improves the resistance to corrosion.
Silver is an excellent electrical conductor. The silver deposits obtained with this process are of high purity, and have a high hardness combined with an excellent ductility.
Tin is a good conductor and resistant to corrosion, it helps to improve weldability. Notable among its current applications for use in mechanical parts resistant to friction and corrosion. Tin is not suitable for applications at low temperatures.
This Zinc process is used to prevent oxidation and corrosion of the base material, which protects it and extends its useful life.
This is a cooking process that increases the temper of the material, releasing the Hydrogen to obtain a greater hardness.
This system consists in the cleaning of a surface by the action of a granular abrasive expelled by compressed air through a nozzle.
The blasting shot is one that removes all corrosion, including that of the deepest craters without significantly damaging the material. In addition, it provides the surface with a marked finish that serves as an anchor for recoating.
This system consists of the cleaning of a surface by the action of a granular abrasive expelled by compressed air through a nozzle