Finishing Options Include Hex-Chrome Alternatives
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At Sur/Fin 2018, Pavco will showcase metal finishing systems for alloys, zinc, nickel, chrome, copper and conversion coatings, with an emphasis on decorative hexavalent chrome alternatives and general compliant chemistries.
Pavco will showcase metal finishing systems for alloys, zinc, nickel, chrome, copper and conversion coatings, with an emphasis on decorative hexavalent chrome alternatives and general compliant chemistries.
One highlight will be the company’s zinc-nickel alloy technology line, which includes Ziniloy 3028 for alkaline processes and NiClipse C for chloride. NiClipse C is designed to provide uniform alloy deposit throughout a wide current density range for direct plating on cast iron substrates.The company also will showcase its decorative trivalent chrome options, which include the chloride-based DecoTri system, TriOnyx dark trivalent system, sulfate-based Hexagone for rack plating and Hexagone Revolution for decorative barrel tri-chrome applications.
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