Aluminum Chromate Coating

Aluminum Chromate Coating process is creating a thin surface over aluminum and aluminum alloys to increase corrosion resistance, keep electrical conductivity, increase adhesion over surfaces to be painted and to add a decorative look.

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Anodized Coating

Meaning of anodized coating in word sense is oxidation of aluminum by using and electrolytic method. This process is also called as Anodic Oxidation or Anodization as well.

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Cerakote Coating

Cerakote coating is ceramic based and is a type of coating similar to paint.

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Chemical Blacking

This coating is a chemical black oxide coating of iron and iron alloy metals (wrought iron, low alloy steel and stainless steel).

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Copper Electroplating

Copper electroplating is usually applied for prime coat or base coat. This process increases the resistance against corrosion and also adds an extra gloss to the final coat.

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Dry Film Lubricant Coating (Technocoat ®)

Dry / solid film lubricant coating provides long-term protection, prevent damaging base metal by lubrication and sliding surfaces continuously and also protects from corrosion at the same time.

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Electroless Nickel Plating

Electroless Nickel Plating is based on coating the metal and composite surfaces by Nickel-Phosphorus alloy.

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Electrolytic Zinc

Zinc Coating is applying a thin zinc coating over iron and steel parts. It is mainly preferred due to its cost and easiness.

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Gold Plating

Electrolytic Gold plating; steel, aluminum and alloys, zinc and alloys with nickel and alloys can be made on the hard, wear-resistant and bright yellow appearance is an acid-type electroplating

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Laser Marking

Laser Marking is a non-contact printing method that offers advantages such as brand quality, durability and less consumption material.

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Magnesium Chromat Coating

Magnesium Chromate Coating treatment is increasing corrosion resistance by creating a film layer over alloy surfaces and increasing the adhesion ability on the surfaces to be painted.

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Masking

Towards the customer needs we also provide masking with maskant for the areas of the part which doesn’t want to be painted. Sometimes it needs to be masked two times due to three processes. We show great care on masking and removing the mask from the preserved area.

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Nickel Electroplating

Nickel electroplating is based on electroplating the steel, copper and copper alloys, zinc and zinc alloys with nickel.

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Phosphate Coating

Insulating and protective layer created by phosphate crystals over the steel surfaces is done via Phosphate Coating.

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Silver Plating

Electrolytic silver-plated steel, copper and alloys, zinc and alloys, nickel and alloys can be made on a conductive, wear-resistant electroplating.

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Stainless Steel Passivation

Purpose of this type of coating is cleaning the surfaces of corrosion resistant steels, removing the oxide layer from surface and creating a film layer which passives the surface.

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Tin Electroplating

Tin Electroplating is coating a thin tin surface to a metal surface by electroplating method.

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Wet Painting

It is applied to all metal surfaces to increase corrosion resistance and add a decorative appearance. It is based on applying solvent based epoxy, acrylic, polyurethane, infrared reflective paint and water-based paint by spraying.

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