Large series chrome plating
Hard chrome plating protects all your mechanical parts from abrasion wear, whether on new or reconditioned parts. A old and tried method that has never been equaled, hard chrome has ...
Thickness in the range of 5 to 50µ. More generally used on new parts. Thin hard chromium is mainly used in flash for its non-stick properties (demoulding, cleaning, etc...) while retaining its mechanical characteristics despite its ...
Thickness from 50 to 600µ usually requiring a grinding phase. Used on new parts or parts to be repaired. Thick hard chrome significantly increases the service life of your parts. It has an unparalleled "friction-hardness" ...
... carry out the following procedures for you: Electroless nickel plating Glossy or matt nickel plating Glossy, matt or hard chrome plating Black chrome ...
Pearl-brightness chromium plating The term is misleading because to be technically correct this process involves nickel plating with pearl-brightness (satin finish) and subsequent chromium plating. ...
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