Chrome plating is suitable for products that require not only an impressive appearance but also a durable, easily cleanable, and hard surface. Common applications include furniture, device instruments, oven doors, and fixtures in stores.
If there are areas on the part, such as threads, where the coating should not be applied, we protect those areas using various masking methods.
In the bright chrome plating process, a nickel coating is deposited onto the part’s surface, followed by the deposition of a trivalent chrome layer on top of the nickel layer.
The term “satin chrome plating” is often used interchangeably with matte chrome plating. In the satin chrome plating process, a satin nickel coating is deposited onto the part’s surface, followed by the deposition of a chrome layer on top of the nickel layer.
We have transitioned entirely to Cr6-free surface treatment, meaning that we no longer use hexavalent chrome plating chemicals at all. In practical terms, this means that we do not use compounds that are carcinogenic to humans in our surface treatment processes. We have replaced all hexavalent chrome plating processes with trivalent processes.
The chrome plating process complies with the stringent requirements set by the RoHS directive and the REACH regulation.
By Your Side Through the Entire Production Process – From Sheet Metal to Product
We provide our customers with expert support and co-operation throughout the entire project. We are ready to assist you in the design phase and offer technical guidance to ensure the end result meets your expectations.
Our aim is to establish long-term partnerships with our customers and ensure that every collaboration is successful.
What kinds of materials do we process? What information should be provided at the beginning of a project? How do we handle deliveries?
Answers to these and many other questions related to processes, services, and production can be found on our Frequently Asked Questions page, where you’ll also find various documentation and materials.