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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.
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Increasing Low Current Density (LCD) Coverage in Trivalent Chromium
Many factors can influence the low current density (LCD) coverage in a trivalent chromium system. Pavco decorative team manager Shane Moore discusses ideas for improving both chloride and sulfate systems.
Pavco Grows Portfolio of Metal Finishing Technologies
Pavco to showcase systems for alloys, zinc, nickel, chrome, copper and newly released conversion coatings.
Pavco Opens New Headquarters, Labs and Pilot Center
North Carolina facility has 40,000 square feet that expands its research and customer service departments.
Pavco NiClipse C Provides Uniform Deposits
Pavco offers a diverse portfolio of metal finishing technologies.
Meeting Thickness Requirements in Bright Nickel Systems
If you are having trouble meeting minimum thickness requirements in the normal cycle time, Pavco’s Josh Fish has some solutions for you.
Finishing Options Include Hex-Chrome Alternatives
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.
A ‘Revolution’ in Chrome Barrel Plating
Pavco’s Hex-A-Gone Revolution trivalent coating option captures the advantages of both chrome and barrel processing.
How to Use XRF Testing Instruments to Accurately Measure Zinc Nickel
Q. What are the XRF testing requirements for plating zinc nickel alloy?
A Conversation with…Brad Majoy, Pavco
When he isn’t preaching the gospel of hex chrome replacement, Majoy can be found on a lake somewhere with his trusted lab, Lilly, or pounding golf balls on a course.
Pavco Completes Acquisition of Plating Process Systems
Decorative offering is strategic complement for Pavco's distribution chain.
C&R Plating Completes $2.5 Million Expansion
Project includes a 6,600 square foot addition and a new 8-station rack zinc and zinc nickel plating line.
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.
Making the Switch from Hex to Tri Chrome
Massachusetts finisher Independent Plater switches with the help of TURI university program
Coating by the Billions
A Raymond Tinnerman coats automotive parts fasteners and clips … a lot of them
Pavco Opens New Technical Pilot Center in Charlotte
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.
A Conversation With ... Scott Pavlish, Pavco Inc.
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.
Pavco rolls out germ-killing metal finish
Antimicrobial protection is electrodeposited in the nickel, providing strong and long-term antimicrobial effectiveness.
Choosing the best process for your operation.