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Find and buy electroplating equipment from verified suppliers on IndustrySearch, Australia's industrial equipment marketplace. Contact vendors for a free quote or expert advice on electroplating equipment. Delivery available Australia wide.
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PCB Through-Hole Electro Plating | LPKF Contact S4 playlist_add Compare
Increasing requirements in rapid PCB prototyping for through-hole plating solutions requires special technologies from LPKF to plate different printed circuit board materials.
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Electroplating & Electrowinning Switch Mode Rectifiers | pe4000 Series playlist_add Compare
Plating Rectifiers / Power Supplies PE4000 Series - The latest in new generation Rectifiers for Electroplating, Electrowinning, Electropolishing and Water Treatment
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Electroplating & Electrowinning Switch Mode Rectifiers | pe3000 Series playlist_add Compare
Plating Rectifiers / Power Supplies PE3000 Series - The latest in new generation Rectifiers for Electroplating, Electrowinning, Electropolishing and Water Treatment.
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Electroplating Rectifier | pe5000 & pe3000 Series playlist_add Compare
pe5000 and pe3000 Series Rectifiers - The latest in new generation Rectifiers for anodising, electroplating, electrowinning, electropolishing and water treatment.
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Electroplating & Coating Services playlist_add Compare
ManufactureLink's electroplating and coating supplier network features plating shops offering the full range of plating and finishing service.
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Electrowinning Cells | Allglass Australia playlist_add Compare
The Allglass Australia electrowinning cell design operates at recovery efficiencies of up to 99 per cent in one pass and can operate with eluate derived from either AARL or ZADRA elution systems.
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Metal Plating playlist_add Compare
Metal Plating will give the best possible finish if you understand the type of metal you have, and adjust your process accordingly.
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Plating Thickness Testing playlist_add Compare
Plating Thickness Testing is required to ensure your parts are plated to the correct customer specifications or the relevant Australian Standards
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Chrome Plating playlist_add Compare
Chrome plating is a very popular finish for many decorative applications, especially for the automotive and building industries in which there are many decorative trims and components. It also has industrial uses where, in conjunction with heat treated base materials it can provide a harder finish (hard-chrome).
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"High Purity" Gold Plating playlist_add Compare
High purity gold is a form of gold plating that enables as pure as possible a coating of gold - important to a range of high tech 'functional' applications.
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Plating Finishes | Matt Gold playlist_add Compare
Plating Finishes, Matt Gold means all gold finishes can have a matt undercoat rather than a bright undercoat. This will cause the deposit to look dull. The level of matt can be varied depending on requirements
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SILVER Plating (Decorative, Functional, High Purity) playlist_add Compare
Silver plating is an electrolytic process. Its properties can be utilised for either "functional" purposes such as enhanced electronic application or corrosion resistance, or, "decorative" purposes. Silver is commonly applied over preliminary coatings of copper and nickel though depending on the application this may vary.
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Plating Finishes | Brushed Nickel playlist_add Compare
Plating Finishes, Brushed Nickel is a nickel finish which is polished with a course wheel to put brush Lines in the surface. This gives a look similar to stainless steel.
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Copper Plating playlist_add Compare
Copper Plating most often has a 'hidden' role in metal finishing. In decorative applications it is usual to apply copper and nickel layers beneath the final finish of chrome, gold, silver or other final finish. It is of course possible to copper plate an item as a final finish if desired.
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Tin Plating playlist_add Compare
Tin plating is an electrolytic process. A dull (or stannate) tin finish is most often used by A Class. Tin plating is primarily for "functional" purposes such as providing a level of protection or corrosion resistance to a range of items.
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Plating Finishes | Chrome playlist_add Compare
Plating Finishes, Chrome is a very popular finish which provides a brilliant blue-white appearance and excellent hardness characteristics.
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Plating on ABS Plastic Substrates playlist_add Compare
Decorative plating on plastic is achieved by a metallising process specifically engineered to enable non-conductive plastic articles to be electroplated. Our process has been developed to plate ABS plating grade plastic and some ABS blends.
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Electroless Nickel Plating playlist_add Compare
Electroless Nickel is a chemical plating process which, unlike electroplating, does not require electrical current to deposit. Nickel is deposited to the surface metal via an 'autocatalytic' process which deposits the coating in uniform density to the surface being plated.
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Nickel Plating (Decorative) playlist_add Compare
Nickel plating can be achieved via 2 methods - "electrolytic" and "electro-less". This sheet discusses the electrolytic variety. Electroless Nickel is a higher cost process generally for industrial (non decorative) application and is discussed in a separate leaflet. Nickel plating plays a major role in surface finishing for decorative purposes.
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Electro-Plating - Functional playlist_add Compare
A-Class defines 'functional' coatings as those that serve another purpose than to make an item look good though this is an important function of some coatings.
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