John Deere JDM F15 Standard focuses on modifications to salt spray and torque/clamp load requirements.
Pavco will showcase systems for alloys, zinc, nickel, chrome, copper and conversion coatings at NASF Sur/Fin trade show in Chicago, June 8-10.
Bob Clawson, a chemical engineer, joins the company after working for many years in the electronics industry.
Pavco Inc. offers a line of zinc-nickel alloy technology for metal finishing.
The company is excited to have Schmitt on board its team.
Two Pavco products have achieved approval for use under General Motors’ GMW 4700 Type B specification, representing high nickel alloy applications.
Massachusetts finisher Independent Plater switches with the help of TURI university program
Pavco – Sur/Fin 2014, Booth 529
A Raymond Tinnerman coats automotive parts fasteners and clips … a lot of them
Under design and construction since mid 2012, Pavco's Technology Pilot Center is now fully operational in Charlotte, NC, to further assist ongoing research, sales and service efforts.
Pavco Inc. is pleased to announce that Grant Keers has joined the Pavco team as global marketing director for Pavco's decorative finishing division.
Facility consists of over 40 process tanks designed for maximum pre- and post-plate flexibility, offering a diverse offering of finishing processes include zinc, nickel, chrome, antimicrobial, copper, alloys and tin.
Pavco Inc.’s HyProBlue, HyProTec, HyProCoat 320, HyProCoat 330 and SuperSeal Compliant Chemistry technologies have been approved by the Chrysler Group for use on zinc-plated, passivated fasteners, by specification PS-8814.
Pavco will highlight its zinc nickel alloy technology, including Ziniloy 3028 and Ziniloy HD for alkaline processes, and NiClipse C for chloride.
Pavco will showcase its next-generation zinc nickel alloy technologies, including Ziniloy 3028 and Ziniloy HD for alkaline processes, and NiClipse C for chloride.
Scott Pavlish wasn’t around when his family started Pavco Inc. back in 1948, but his leadership of the company in the last decade has been just as important. Pavlish is president of one of the leading developers of chemical processes in the metal finishing industry.
Antimicrobial finish said to be a first in plating
Pavco will showcase two zinc nickel alloy technologies to help meet the growing demand for post-plate fabrication requirements.
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New Compliant Chemistry Logo
The most successful compliant chemistry line of products has an updated new look for 2011. Pavco is excited to release our new HyPro™ logo for immediate use on all products that are part of the growing HyPro™ family.
HyPro™ has long been a leading brand name for metal finishers that seek compliant chemistries across a wide range of industry. Now more then ever these compliant chemistries are also required to be true "high performance" coatings in addition to their inherent environmental advantages, which the new logo is meant to highlight. From conversion coatings to organic top coats, the growing HyPro™ family of products can meet all of your compliant chemistry needs. Please keep a look out for a number of new additions to the HyPro™ line-up over the next few months that service Pavco's growing list of to accompany the new logo.
Industry Leading Chloride Zinc Nickel
Just as the ad says, innovation this dramatic rarely comes around.
Pavco's NiClipse™ chloride zinc nickel is superior to traditional alkaline zinc nickel by plating hardened steel, malleable and cast metals without a chloride zinc strike. NiClipse™ also p lates with 95% efficiency of deposition versus 45-50% while producing brighter deposits and effectively plates controlled alloys for both 6-8% nickel requirements and 10-15% applications with simple operating adjustments.
In comparison to competitive chloride zinc systems, NiClipse™ offers incredible ductility, plates in a wide temperature range of 90-130°F, can save money by running at very low nickel levels and does not require dual rectification. For more information, please contact your local Pavco representative.
Pavco Gains Further Auto OEM Specification Approval
Pavco Inc. of Charlotte, NC is pleased to announce the approval of numerous HyPro™ Compliant Chemistry technologies for use on zinc plated, passivated fasteners for the Chrysler Group. Effective as of 4/30/13, Pavco products HyProBlue™, HyProTec™ HyProCoat™ 320, HyProCoat™ 330 and SuperSeal™ are approved for use on Chrysler Group specification PS-8814.
This recent approval adds to growing list of automotive OEM specification approvals for Pavco. For more information on this and other approvals please visit Pavco’s compliant chemistry page at Pavco.com.