Arlington Plating Receives Fiat Chrysler Nickel-Chrome Plating on Steel Substrates Approval
Approval is for nickel-chrome plate steel substrate parts per FCA specification PS-50019 for parts that include bumpers, tow hooks, running boards and exhaust tips.
Arlington Plating Company (APC) in Palatine, Illinois, received Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) approval to nickel-chrome plate steel substrate parts per FCA specification PS-50019 for parts that include bumpers, tow hooks, running boards and exhaust tips.
In addition to this most recent steel substrate approval, APC was previously approved to FCA specification PS-9405 for plating exterior and interior decorative nickel-chrome on aluminum. APC currently chromes the fuel door of the Dodge Challenger.
APC nickel-chrome finishes are also approved by General Motors, Ford, Tesla, Harley-Davidson and Indian Motorcycle. Visit arlingtonplating.com.
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