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This coating is accomplished through means of electrochemical conversion. It uses an acid to both assists in the conduction of electricity and to control the properties of the protective...more

Conversion Coating

The process of conversion coating is accomplished by creating a chemical reaction between the metal and a solution. The uses range from corrosion protection and improved...more


Electroplating, which is most often referred to as plating, is used to change the exterior properties of a metal part by adding a metal coating. The action of change is by...more

Electroless Nickel

Electroless nickel plating offers several benefits. This process operates without the use of electricity and therefore is strictly chemical based. In this process, the bath solution...more


Passivation is accomplished by immersing stainless steel in a Nitic or Citric acid bath. The acid removes tramp iron and surface contaminants, which helps to clean and re-oxidize...more

Powder Coating

Powder coating is achieved by electrostatic spray deposition of a polymer powder to a metal part and then heated to cure. The resulting coating produces long molecular...more

Wet Paint

Wet paint is the process of applying paint to a ferrous or non-ferrous part for finishing. The typical thickness of the coating is between 15-20 micrometers. When the substrate...more

Bright Dip Copper

Bright dipping is the process of submerging a copper part into an acid bath to clean and polish it. This is used for aesthetic purposes, cleaning for preparation in further...more


Harperizing is a tumbling process that uses high-energy G forces to finish parts. This mass finishing process provides a fast and effective way to deburr and refine the...more

Tumble Finishing

Tumbling, barrel finishing, is the process of improving the surface of a raw metal part. Through the tumbling action one can accomplish deburring, corner rounding, burnishing...more

Vapor Degreasing

Vapor degreasing is achieved by suspending a metal part in a heated solvent to a vapor. The vapor then condenses on the part and dissolves the greases and debris from the...more