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Pavco Offering Solutions For Decorative Hex Chrome Alternatives, General Metal Finishing Chemistries

Pavco will showcase systems for alloys, zinc, nickel, chrome, copper and conversion coatings at NASF Sur/Fin trade show in Chicago, June 8-10.
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Pavco Inc. continues to grow its diverse portfolio of metal finishing technologies tailored to meet the ever-increasing demands of industry, both domestically and abroad.

 

With an emphasis on offering solutions for decorative hex chrome alternatives and general metal finishing compliant chemistries, Pavco will showcase its systems for alloys, zinc, nickel, chrome, copper and conversion coatings at the upcoming NASF Sur/Fin trade show in Chicago, June 8-10.

 

Highlighting the technology will be its prominent zinc nickel alloy technology line. For alkaline processes, the company says that its Ziniloy 3028 can meet the most demanding requirements, while its  Ziniloy HD adds unparalleled ductility. For chloride, Pavco says its NiClipse C provides unprecedented characteristics to include uniform alloy deposit throughout a wide current density range for productivity and direct plating on cast iron substrates.

 

Pavco will also be introducing further alternatives to expand its existing compliant chemistry, decorative tri-chrome and nickel offerings. For more information, visit Pavco.com.

 

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