World Class Electroplating Line including Hand Patina for Antique and Exotic finishes
Electroplating is a process that uses electric current to form an articulate coating on
mild steel, stainless steel, brass or copper. The electroplating process is primarily used to change the surface properties and color of an object (e.g. abrasion and wear
resistance, corrosion protection, and decorative coatings). This bathing process can
create a unique high quality finish that is used in a variety of different industries.
Chrome, Nickel, Brass, Copper, Bronze Acrylic Clear Coats.
- Max Weight – 300 lbs
- Max Dimensions – 30″ Wide x 60″ High x 120″ Long
Full Production Powder Coating line with pre-wash Powder coating is a cost effective service that adds a more durable, eye-catching finish to a product. This process differs from a standard liquid paint in many ways. Powder coating is applied electrostatically as a free-flowing dry powder, and is then cured under heat at 425 degrees (Fahrenheit). This creates a hard finish that is much tougher than a conventional liquid paint that can be applied on various metals such as such as mild steel, stainless steel, aluminum, cast iron, copper and brass. The powder coating process we offer is environmentally friendly, emits nearly zero volatile organic compounds (VOC’s), and all overspray can be recycled for future use.
- Max Weight – 400 lbs
- Max Dimensions – 42″ Wide x 72″ High x 180″ Long
Baked Clear Coating
Conveyor Lacquer Line with Bake Oven Clear coats are used for specific finishes that require a protective coating or need to be sealed from the natural environment. We use an acrylic bake clear coat for all of our antique finishes, we use an electrostatic spray gun which helps the lacquer wrap around each specific part.
Stripping and Sandblasting
We have the capability to strip (painted/plated) parts to the bare metal by putting it through our sand stripper/sandblasting/or manually using liquid stripping solution. From there, we can re-paint or polish if electroplating is needed (i.e. chrome and antique finishes).