Electroless Plating (Chemical Plating)

Electroless plating - is a method of plating metal by chemical rather than electrical means, in which the piece to be plated is immersed in a reducing agent that, when catalyzed by certain materials, changes metal ions to metal that forms a deposit on the piece. The most common electroless plating technique is electroless nickel plating, although silver, gold and copper layers can also be applied in this manner.

Numerous consumer goods are coated by this method to create durable and attractive surfaces.

Electroless Plating (Chemical Plating)
無電解電鍍(化學電鍍)

■ Methods:

1. Electroless Nickel Plating 化學鎳

2. Electroless Copper Plating 化學銅

3. Electroless Gold Plating 化學金

4. Electroless Silver Plating 化學銀

5. Hard Nickel Plating 硬化鎳

 

■ Material:

1. Al alloys

2. Cu alloys

3. Carbon steel

4. Stainless steel

5. Die-casting

6. MIM parts

 

■ Benefits:

1. Even coating

2. No sophisticated jigs or racks required

3. Flexibility in plating volume and thickness

4. Complex filtration method is not required

5. Matte, semi-bright or bright finishes available

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Composite Electroless Plating
複合無電解電鍍

■ Methods:

1. EN/PTFE

2. EN/SiC

3. EN/Diamond

 

■ Benefits:

1. Even coating

2. No sophisticated jigs or racks required

3. Flexibility in plating volume and thickness

4. Complex filtration method is not required

5. Matte, semi-bright or bright finishes available

Characteristics

Cost of Plating Methods

​*** For detailed selection list of Plating and Coating processes, please refer to Plating & Coating Table

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