Southwest Impreglon offers Copper and Nickel brush plating processes for threads and other machined components.
In this process, a direct current, supplied by a rectifier, is used in a circuit that’s complete when an anode is touching the component to be plated. When brush plating, the anode acts as the brush which is covered in cotton, polyester or other materials that hold solutions. Once the anode is thoroughly saturated in the solution the deposit is applied onto the negatively charged part. Brush plating requires movement between the anode and the part. This can be accomplished by brushing the anode over the part, by moving the part and keeping the anode stationary, or by moving both.
Southwest Impreglon engineers will work with you to determine the right coating for your process. Contact us today!
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