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Decorative chrome plating
steelstainless steelISO 9001

decorative chrome plating
decorative chrome plating
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steel, stainless steel
ISO 9001


Chrome plating is a popular surface treatment, because of its decorative properties and which also contributes to the corrosion protection and / or the application of a wear-resistant layer. Chromium plating is also a relatively inexpensive surface treatment. It is not without reason that decorative chrome plating is often used on sanitary accessories such as toilet holders, towel hooks, soap dispensers and towel racks. In the case of furniture, chrome is often used on chairs, chair legs, handles, front panels, knobs and (book) supports. But the lighting industry also has many examples such as spotlights, lighting plates, fixtures and decorative strips. Chrome plating comes in multiple effects such as glossy, matte or satin-like and thus contributes to added value and / or appearance of the product. Products made of steel, brass, stainless steel and plastic chrome In order to properly chrome products such as taps, front panels, exhausts, luggage carriers and wire baskets, products are placed on a rack before it can undergo a galvanic treatment in our immersion bath. It is important to determine what the visible sides of the product are, so that the suspension of the product can be taken into account. The way in which the product is suspended is also important to ensure that no “air bubble” is formed during the process, so that the desired surface treatment to be applied has optimal coverage. In addition to the suspension and determining the visible side of the product, the surface condition of the product to be treated plays a major role. This determines 95% of the result of the final quality.
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