In terms of precision plating services, cadmium plating offers a long list of technical advantages. Cadmium plating provides corrosion resistance, while maintaining low thickness, softness, and malleability.
If you are looking for a coating that provides your material with a reddish appearance, then copper plating is what you need. Our copper metal finishing services can offer a multitude of finishes ranging from matte to bright.
Electroless Nickel Plating
Uniform layer thickness, direct plating of ferrous metals (steel), and wear and corrosion resistance to electroplated nickel or chrome are just a few of the advantages that electroless nickel plating provides your material.
Electrolytic Nickel Plating
When undergoing the electrolytic nickel plating process, we use an electrical current combined with dissolved chemical baths. This forms coherent metal coating that changes the surface properties of the metal.
Electroless Nickel Immersion Gold Plating
Electroless Nickel Immersion Gold (ENIG) is when a layer of gold is plated on top of nickel plating to protect the part from corrosion. This plating service is advantageous for soldering and bonding.
Gold plating from INCERTEC is a highly precise electrodeposited gold plating process that is used on more delicate parts. This electroplating service is the most popular among the medical, critical defense, aerospace, and computer technology fields.
The INCERTEC silver plating process utilizes a corrosion resistant coating that works on multiple material types, including steel, aluminum, stainless steel alloys, bronze, and copper.
Many rely on INCERTEC to protect both ferrous and nonferrous surfaces with tin plating. Tin plating services are quite essential for the food processing industry because tin is non-toxic, ductile, and corrosion resistant.