Electropolishing smooths and streamlines the microscopic surface of a metal object, which results in a metal surface that is microscopically featureless. Electropolishing of stainless steel will naturally passivate the material. It is also used to polish and deburr.

Chromate Conversion
Chem film is a chemical conversion coating used to passivate aluminum. The process is sometimes referred to as Alodine or Iridite, and it protects aluminum substrates from corrosion. Once finished, the result serves as a base for organic coatings while leaving all dimensions unchanged and unaltered. This aluminum conversion coating process will keep your aluminum protected and durable.

Brass & Copper Bright Dip
When applying bright dip, the first step is to clean all of the parts of the base material to remove oil and dirt that may be on them from manufacturing. After that, we use our acid based chromate conversion coating to protect the base material and make it more durable.

The passivation process revitalizes the substrate and returns it to its original specifications. It does this by removing iron particles from the surface and restoring it to its original state. Passivation is a crucial step to maximize the essential corrosion resistance of parts and components.