Our shop offers a full range of coating options shown below.
A surface coating that has been developed to provide the ultimate in chemical protection. The range, based on high performance melt processable fluoropolymers such as ECTFE coating, PFA coating and ETFE coating, has been formulated to provide enhanced toughness and chemical protection.
Electroless nickel plating is a form of alloy treatment. The process was developed to increase resistance and hardness in a metal or plastic, but it can be plated over a wide variety of metals such as stainless steel, aluminum, titanium, mild steels, hardened steel, zinc die-cast, brass, and copper.
Hard chrome plating is an electroplating process in which chromium is deposited from a chromic acid solution. Thickness of hard chrome plating ranges from 2 to 250µm. Various types of hard chrome include micro-cracked chromium, micro-porous chromium, porous chromium and crack free chromium.
Xylan coatings improve the functionality and longevity of many products, providing both chemical and corrosion resistance under demanding conditions, such as saltwater or road chemicals. Products coated with Xylan are also resistant to extreme weather conditions and degradation from sunlight. Xylan adheres to a variety of materials from metals and plastics, to ceramics and wood, making it a versatile coating for a diverse range of products. Xylan coatings also have excellent non-stick and release properties, useful from cookware applications to industrial manufacturing.
Phosphate coating is a type of treatment for metals, especially iron and steel, in which a layer of a phosphate of another metal, such as zinc, is applied to provide protection against corrosion.
Plating is a thin coating of a metal on another metallic substance - such as silver-plated copper. Anodizing changes the surface of a metal through an electrochemical process without changing the composition of the metal. Niobium and titanium are anodized by sending an electric current through the metal.