Note: We are often asked if we do zinc plating or plating of metal alloys’. We do not do any metal plating, plating is a totally different science than electropolishing and a different chemical handling procedure so we cannot afford or are equipped with the facility space to handle both electropolishing and plating at the […]
Have a stainless steel monument, structure or building? Normal metal ages with time and can develop rust or gather microscopic debris that eventually forms stains on the metal.
The reason why the stainless steel ended up needing cleaned and developed rust in the first place is because the metal wasn’t truly pure, it was shaved by […]
Mechanical polishing is more like a process of burning chemicals into the metal, it overlaps itself, possibly covering microscopic. Mechanical polishing is a rough process used to remove scratches, gouges and other damage from surfaces. There are many fields needing this process in order to be compliant with ASME-BPE surface standards.
Companies needing […]
Electrochemical process is a chemical change that results from an electrical current being applied.
The process separates the different elements in materials.
Aluminum separates into alumina and oxygen.
Brine divides into hydrogen, chlorine, and caustic soda.
Surface treatment for manufacturing
Prevents oxidation by forming a seal on the metal
Pickling and passivation are two forms of chemical metal finishing that provide protective properties to metal especially against rust. Or in other terms, pickling and passivation are the name of the two processes where the metal is submerged in a bathing liquid that removes imperfections and rust from the surface of metal.
On the surface there […]