Surface Treatments

Electroless nickel plating

Electroless Nickel Plating

A plating finish widely used in industrial applications. Highly corrosion and abrasion resistant. Often used for precision equipment parts as the film thickness tends to be uniform. The color of the surface is white silver.
Black oxide

Black Oxide

A plating finish commonly known as "blackening."

Often used for precision equipment parts as the film is thin and dimensional changes are minimal. However, care must be taken as parts will rust quickly if the oil runs out.

Trivalent chromate (white)

Trivalent Chromate (White)

An environmentally friendly trivalent chromate plating finish.

Provides excellent corrosion resistance and an attractive finish with a pale appearance.

Trivalent chromate (black)

Trivalent Chromate (Black)

An environmentally friendly trivalent chromate plating finish.

Gives a black surface finish and good corrosion resistance.

Anodized (white)

Anodized (white)

A plating finish with good corrosion and abrasion resistance.

The surface will have the color of aluminum.

Anodized (black)

Anodized (black)

A plating finish with good corrosion and abrasion resistance.

Gives a black surface finish.

 
Electroless nickel plating

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Matt black anodize

A surface-plating treatment commonly used in optical devices and decorative goods. It is black in color with a subdued, low-gloss effect. The base material has been chemically treated.