16 - 18 June 2020
Unlike electrolytic surface platings and coatings, electroless nickel plating is a chemical process. The most striking feature of this is completely plane-parallel deposition on every workpiece, whatever its shape. This uniformly applied plating thickness allows us to achieve a quite extraordinarily high corrosion protection and a distinctive wear resistance. The differences between this process and galvanic layers are
- the layer is evenly distributed on the whole surface
- maximum corrosions resistance
- food safe
Electroless nickel plating is harder than galvanic nickel and other layers. Hardness can be enhanced about seven times - 500HV to 1000 HV by a heat-treatment (tempering).
Here a short overview about the application range:
- Mechanical industries
- Aerospace industries
- Chemical-, plastic- and paper industries
- Petroleum, petroleum gas
- Electronic, telecommunication
- Mining, hydraulic
- Compressor, pumps
- Medical engineering
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