Electro Plating
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Electro Plating

25.02.23 10:36 AM By Metaglass

Electroplating is a process of coating a conductive metal object with a thin layer of another metal using electrolysis. In this process, the object to be plated is immersed in a solution containing the metal ions of the coating material, which is then subjected to an electrical current. The metal ions in the solution are attracted to the object and deposited onto its surface, forming a thin, uniform coating. Electroplating is commonly used to improve the appearance, durability, and corrosion resistance of metal objects, as well as to enhance their electrical conductivity. 

It can be used on a variety of materials such as steel, aluminum, copper, and brass, and can produce a range of finishes from shiny and reflective to matte and textured.