Chemical nickel plating
Chemical nickel plating – hard nickel-phosphor layers are produced. As a result of this process, layers ranging from semi-gloss to full gloss are formed. Deposition of chemical nickel leads to a completely uniform distribution of the coating, even up to 120 micrometres. The diverse phosphorus content in nickel coatings gives a wide range of applications for protection against corrosion and abrasion. With a specially dedicated bath, it is possible to process steel and cast iron, stainless steel, aluminium, copper, brass, bronze, etc.
Depending on the phosphorus P content in the nickel coating, we distinguish medium-phosphor nickel plating with a 5-9% phosphorus content and high-phosphor nickel plating with 9-15% and low-phosphor nickel 2-5%. Compared to nickel coatings obtained by electroplating, chemical coatings have the following features: they create a layer of the same thickness on all surfaces to which the bath comes, regardless of the shape of the covered detail; they are homogeneous and independent of the structure of the substrate; they show much higher hardness, which can be additionally increased by heat treatment; they show better corrosion resistance, they can be deposited directly on aluminium.
We perform nickel plating in rotary devices and on hangers.
Nickel plating for the chemical industry, electrical engineering, electronics, mining, textile industry, machine industry, food industry, petrochemical industry.