Techmetals offers both Electroless and Electrolytic Nickel Plating solutions, to accommodate a wide variety of customer applications.
Plating with Nickel is traditionally used to improve a part’s wear resistance — as well as prevent corrosion, add lubricity and even improve the aesthetic qualities of the part.
Electrolytic plating involves bonding the substrate with the Nickel coating through an induced electric charge. An external DC current is used for deposition of the coating.
Electroless Nickel (EN) plating is a process that uses a chemical reaction to co-deposit it’s Nickel-Phosphorus coating onto a desired substrate.
Benefits of Electroless Nickel:
- Corrosion resistance
- Uniform deposit
10′ Deep — up to 1 million pieces
Up to 10,000 lbs.
40 % 55 ton vertical lifts
Electroless Nickel Specs:
AMS-C-26074, AMS 2403, AMS-2404, AMS-2405, AMS 2423, AMS 2424, ASTM-B-733,
MIL-C-26074, AMS-QQ-N-290, QQ-N-290
Nuclear Specification: MIL-DTL-32119
Benefits of Electrolytic Nickel:
- Precise plating thickness to exact tolerances of +/- .0001” (100 micro inches)
- Plating for a range of metals, including aluminum, steel, stainless steel, nickel-silver and copper alloys and more
Custom masking services
TYPE I PLATING:
Ammunition, Defense, Oil & Gas
Electrolytic Nickel Specs:
AMS-2403, AMS-2423, AMS-2424, AMS-QQ-N-290, QQ-N-290