• Hard Chrome
  • Rack Zinc
  • Nickel Chrome
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Electroless Nickel

Electroless Nickel Why?

Electroless Nickel is widely known as chemical nickel plating. In difference to the electroplating the deposit of nickel upon parts is accomplished without electric current. With the finish being accomplished by the catalytic reduction of nickel ions on all of the parts surfaces creating a uniform thickness deposit. 

With its uniform characteristic there is no build up on end or edges of parts. It will also plate inner bores and inside surfaces of parts that would need expensive ficturing to achieve with standard electro plating.

Electroless Nickel Benefit:
  • Superior corrosion protection
  • Useful in salvaging worn or mismachined parts
  • Can be post heat treated to further harden surface
  • Inherent lubricity
  • Non-galling attributes
  • Solderability
  • Provides low co efficient of friction
  • Appealing looks due to brightness of the nickel deposit
  • Stain resistance
  • Low porosity
  • Uniform of deposit thickness