Principal galvanic treatments

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NICKEL PLATING

Process of electroless nickel plating medium phosphor that produces a uniform deposit, glossy, hard, resistant to corrosion and wear. For applications in the electrical industry, automotive.

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NICKEL ELECTROLYTIC

Process of electrolytic nickel semi-gloss. The nickel deposits obtained with this electrolyte are free of sulfur. For applications in the electromechanical and electronic.

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SILVER PLATING

Electrolytic process capable of producing alkaline silver deposits are shiny and white used mainly for electrical applications.

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GOLD PLATING

Gilding process to cobalt and pure, fine-tuned to produce deposits of high thickness which are perfectly weldable and have good electrical conductivity and a low contact resistance.

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TIN PLATING

Process electrolytic tinning acid capable of producing tin deposits brilliant and penetrating leveling. This deposit is applied in the field of electronic, electromechanical thanks to his talent conductivity.

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PICKLING

Chemical process that prepares the surface treatment eliminating oxidation. Can also be used as a final treatment on brass, copper, steel to clean the surface and make it shiny-shiny.

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CHEMICAL PASSIVATION ON ALUMINUM

This treatment is a chemical passivation free from hexavalent chromium for aluminum. Creates a film on the workpiece surface by improving the corrosion resistance. Is also used as a pretreatment for improving the adhesion of the paint coating.

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COPPER PLATING

Alkaline electrolytic process of silvering capable of producing deposits of pure copper either as substrate for subsequent other deposits, either as a treatment ended. This deposit is applicable both in the technical field both in the decorative sector.

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International Plating and nature

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International Plating is environmentally friendly with installations of wastewater treatment and continuous updating of investment policies on pollution prevention for the most part self-financed, in compliance with Italian law and international environmental law.

 

 

Our treatment are generaly addressed for the following sectors