|FOB Price:||US $5,000-500,000 / Set|
|Min. Order:||1 Set|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|1 Set||US $5,000-500,000/ Set|
|Production Capacity:||6 Sets/Year|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union|
- Model NO.: OURS2015
- Coating: Plating
- Certification: CE, ISO
- Power: 50kw-200kw
- Warranty: 1 Year After Acceptance
- Trademark: OURS Coating
- Specification: CE, SGS, ISO
- HS Code: 8543300090
- Type: Plating Line
- Substrate: Steel
- Condition: New
- Voltage: 380V/220V/110V
- Size: as Per The Client
- Transport Package: Standard Container
- Origin: China(Mainland)
In electroplating, an ionic metal is supplied with electrons to form a non-ionic coating on a substrate. A common system involves a chemical solution with the ionic form of the metal, ananode (positively charged) which may consist of the metal being plated (a soluble anode) or an insoluble anode (usually carbon, platinum, titanium, lead, or steel), and finally, a cathode (negatively charged) where electrons are supplied to
produce a film of non-ionic metal.
Our chief plating engineer contributed to Chinese plating industry standard drafting. We can customize various plating equipments as below:
Gold plating is a method of depositing a thin layer of gold on the surface of glass or metal, most often copper or silver.
Rhodium plating is occasionally used on white gold, silver or copper and its alloys.
Chrome plating is a finishing treatment using the electrolytic deposition of chromium.
See also: Galvanization, Hot-dip galvanization, Electrogalvanization, Bethanization and Sherardising
Zinc coatings prevent oxidation of the protected metal by forming a barrier and byacting as a sacrificial anode if this barrier is damaged.
See also: Tinplate
The tin-plating process is used extensively to protect both ferrous and nonferrous surfaces.
In some cases, it is desirable to co-deposit two or more metals resulting in an electroplated alloy deposit.
Cadmium plating is under scrutiny because of the environmental toxicity of the cadmium metal
Compared to cadmium plating, nickel plating offers a shinier and harder finish, but lower corrosion resistance, lubricity, and malleability, resulting in a tendency to crack or flake if the piece is further processed.