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Zinc

Zinc Plating

Zinc plating involves the electrolytic application of zinc by immersing clean steel parts in a zinc salt solution and applying an electric current. We carry six different zinc plating products that are sure to fit your metal plating needs. They include: E-Brite Ultra-Alk, an alkaline non-cyanide zinc plating process; E-Brite Ultra-Chlor AP, a mixed ammonium/potassium chloride bright zinc plating process; E-Brite Ultra-Chlor NA , a non-ammoniated bright chloride zinc plating process, E-Brite ZNI, a patented zinc-nickel alloy process which provides the corrosion resistance of cadmium, and E-Brite 400 a cyanide zinc brightener. Our zinc plating chemicals are suitable for rack or barrel plating and large volume batches.

Benefits of Zinc Plating:

  • Ultra bright zinc deposit. Approaching that of chloride zinc.
  • Excellent ductility & adhesion. Maintains ductility even with thicknesses in excess of one mil.
  • A low stress deposit.
  • Superior zinc deposit plate distribution.
  • Consistent distribution.
  • Excellent chromate conversion coating receptivity.
  • Zinc deposit appearance is comparable to cyanide or chloride zinc.
  • Operates within wide range of bath chemistry.
  • Temperature tolerance up to 120˚F, which reduces cooling costs.
  • Excellent brightener stability and brightener life of 30,000 amp hours.
  • Suitable for either rack or barrel plating.
  • Simple waste treatment procedure.
  • A reliable, easy to maintain process.
  • It contains no complexers or chelating agents.
  • It accepts all hexavalent and trivalent chromates.