Each piece is prepped by grinding, sanding, and polishing. Parts that require repair are welded, soldered, or brazed. The pieces are then copper plated, re-sanded and re-plated. We have some of the most skilled metal repairmen in the country. They take great pride in putting out awesome work. Our testimonies and repeat customers speak for themselves.
Chrome Plating is the process of electroplating a thin layer of chromium onto the substrate to create a decorative look, protect the substrate, and ease cleaning procedures.
Powder Coating is a type of coating that is applied as dry powder, the powder is applied electrically and is cured under heat to allow the coating to dry and bond to the material, making it a stronger medium.
We offer a fix and repair service on all of our chrome plating parts. Some of the parts that need repairing mayÂ not fall under the lifetime warranty.
We start the plating process by stripping away any old paint, rust, or plating. We do this in different acid tanks. After all plating is removed, we sandblast the parts to make sure all pieces are as clean as possible.
Triple Plating (copper-nickel chrome): We use the triple plating process to ensure long-lasting chrome parts. We start by adding a thin layer of copper because it provides a protection between the substrate and the finishing layer, doing this also helps to fill in the small scratches and pits. Once the copper layer is complete, we go into adding a bright nickel plating which is followed by the last step of chrome plating.
Electromechanical process whereby an aluminum, architectural grille is placed in a water and sulfuric acid bath and exposed to positive and negative electrical charges. The process causes a conversion of the molecules on the architectural grille’s surface which adds a thin protective layer of anodic material.
The change in surface material provides a durable, corrosion-resistant, easy-to-clean, and decorative finish that gives anodized aluminum grilles a rich character.
**Clear industrial application only