Electroplating is the process in which dissolved ions of one metal are deposited onto the surface of another substrate.Plating is commonly used in many industries for purposes such as corrosion and wear protection, increasing surface hardness, promoting electrical conductivity, or for improving the appearance of a part or component. The process of plating metal onto plastic is now a widely accepted industrial practice that offers several crucial benefits for manufacturers everywhere.
Electroplating can also reflect potentially destructive light away from the surface of a plastic substrate and serve as a defensive barrier against detrimental gases and corrosion. At present we have a maximum of 1500mm X 1000mm plating area in a single dip in our plating line.