Electroless Nickel Plating
ChromeTech offers RoHS compliant, low-phosphorous, mid-phosphorous, and high-phosphorous electroless nickel plating. This type of nickel plating provides a hardness of 48-50 Rc and can be post baked for additional hardness. Each run is inspected using an X-Ray XRF Analyzer featuring an integrated camera for accurate positioning. This allows us to receive immediate, nondestructive elemental analysis of materials to ensure accuracy and quality.
In electroless nickel plating, we apply a nickel-phosphorous alloy to the metal part through an autocatalytic chemical reaction. This process does not use electricity unlike electroplating. Instead, a reducing agent reacts with the ions of the metal being plated, depositing the nickel-phosphorous on the part in thickness ranging from .00005” to .006”. This plating technique is used for a wide variety of applications, but excels in the areas of corrosion protection, reduction of friction, and wear resistance.
No matter how large or small, your electroless nickel plating job will be handled quickly and efficiently. We employ seven electroless nickel baths which give us the capacity to plate low-phosphorous, mid-phosphorous, and high-phosphorous simultaneously. This means that you get your parts exactly when you need them.
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