Zinc Plating Process
The use of zinc plating is rapidly increasing for rust protection and decorative applications, primarily due to escalation in cost of cadmium and nickel metals. It can also provide more uniform thickness, fill up difficult to plate holes or obliterate threads and conserve heating energy to a very great extent.
It is an ideal replacement for hot dip galvanizing where high precision is desired. Latest developments enable zinc alloy plating for extremely high corrosion resistance nearing to nickel and sometimes in conjugation with certain passivations even better than nickel.
- Concentrate brightener system
- Operates at low dosage
- Superb brightening ability
- Suitable for vat and barrel operation
ACID ZINCZINTHOBRITE / ZINCALITE
- Production proven brightener system with 'broad working' window
- Higher 'cloud point' ~ no 'oiling out'
- Fascillate high temperature operation
- Operates at lower dosage
NON CYANIDE ZINCENVISION PLUS
- Production Proven brightener system
- Eliminates cyanide in usage
- Excellent thickness distribution ~ almost 1:1 at all current density area.
HIGH SPEED ZINCZINCA HS
- Unique brightener system for high speed zinc sulphate plating process
- Operates at higher current density ~ up to 1000 Amp/sq. ft. is possible
- Suitable for continious strips / wire plating
ZINC ALLOYZINCA HS
- Complete package of zinc alloys ~ Zn-Co, Zn-Fe, Zn-Ni, Fe-Zn-Co, Sn-Zn, in conjugation with M/s. Sidasa SA - Spain
- Production proven brightener system
- Cyanide free system with ease of operation
- Excellent corrosion resistance
- Ultimate choice for longer service life of the components
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