Electroplating Facility

       Electroplating is the process of transporting different metal atoms to a metal surface with electrical energy. As a result of this transport, the metal surface is covered with a thin layer of different metal atoms. This process is frequently used in industry to protect the coated metal, to increase its resistance properties, to make it decoratively more beautiful, and for metal purification.

     For example, chromium is a metal with very high corrosion resistance compared to steel. It is also very bright in appearance. Therefore, chrome plated metal products are used in many places for decorative and reinforcement purposes. In galvanized coating, which is another electroplating, these metals are coated with zinc to increase the resistance of iron and steel against rust.

     Currently, we make various metal coating applications in our facility according to where the products will be used. According to demand and need;

* Copper,

* Brass

* Nickel (for stainless steel appearance),

* Zinc (galvanized),

* Chrome

coatings.