The Benefits of Electroplating With INCERTEC
The size of our plating facility sets us apart. Whether you need the barrel or rack method, we can submerge hundreds of pieces at once in an electronically charged solution. We can electrically bond the most fragile of metal parts. Whether it’s a small piece of medical equipment or large part for aerospace equipment, our facilities in America and Mexico are certified to handle your plating requirements.
- • Nadcap accredited platers located in the U.S. and Mexico
- • GE Aviation and AS9100 Certified
- • On-staff chemist for new product development
- • Experience with Fortune 500/100 companies for metal finishing services
Electroplating services are meant to extend the life of parts that are threatened in corrosive, harsh environments. Extend the lifespan of machinery, electrical equipment or tools with these plating capabilities below. Click through any capability to learn more about their process and specific certifications.
In terms of precision plating services, cadmium plating offers a long list of technical advantages. Learn more about this process.
If you are looking for a coating that provides your material with a reddish appearance, then copper plating can help.
Electroless Nickel Plating
Provide a uniform layer of thickness and build corrosion resistance on your part. Learn more.
Electrolytic Nickel Plating
Combine electrical current with a chemical bath to form a coherent metal coating. Learn more.
Electroless Nickel Immersion Gold Plating
Combine a layer of gold on top of nickel plating for improved soldering and bonding.
This highly precise electrodeposited gold plating process is used on more delicate parts.
Gold Plating Hermetic Connectors
Ensure a reliable electrical connection to your part with this specific gold plating process.
This process is applicable to multiple material types, including steel, aluminum and more.
Essential for the food processing industry, tin plating protects both ferrous and nonferrous surfaces.
Our zinc-nickel chemistry is made from 10-20% nickel and the rest is zinc alloy. Learn how it can help your part.