What Surface Treatment Holy Precision Can Do?
You want your parts to look and feel exactly as you designed them to, so achieving the perfect finish is essential to your complete satisfaction. Our technicians and craftsmen are prepared to offer a full range of services, from anodizing to plating, polishing to plating, all with the most careful attention to detail. See how we ensure beautiful parts by reading about our different finishing services or contact us to get your free quote.
Surface treatment is a possible way to obtain sufficient resistance against environmental attack without spoiling the required mechanical properties of the substrate.
We provide Anodizing(Decorative/Hard Anodizing), Sandblasting, Electroplating(Zinc/Nickel/Chrome), Powder-coating, Painting, Polishing and Etching.
Anodizing can be broken down into two broad sub-categories: decorative and hard anodizing. The main differences between the two is how thick and durable the coating is, and the exact process used to create it.
We normally use Type II anodizing, which allows us to add tints or dyes to your parts for a variety of visual effects.
Type III is also available for surfaces that need to be extra hard.
What Is Anodizing(Decorative)?
Anodizing is a protective and decorative surface treatment used to enhance the working qualities and visual appeal of items made from a range of metals such as aluminum alloys.The treatment involves manipulation of the natural oxide layers on the metals to produce thicker and more durable films. These enhanced oxide layers lend the items increased resistance to wear and corrosion and provide surfaces which are more receptive to paints, dyes, and adhesives. In addition to the improved wear and corrosion resistance offered by anodizing, treated parts are also less inclined to exhibit galling of friction surfaces.
The anodizing color are various: black, red, gray, clear, sliver, gold, yellow, green, orange, blue, pink, purple etc...
What Is Hard Anodizing?
Hard anodizing, also known as hardcoating or Type III anodizing, is a process used to create a hard wearing, corrosion resistant coating on a variety of metals.
It's an electrochemical reaction used to put a fine metallic coating on an object. It can enhance the corrosion resistance of metals (coating metals mostly use corrosion-resistant metals), increase hardness, prevent abrasion, improve conductivity, smoothness, heat resistance and beautiful surface.
What Is Zinc Plating?
Zinc plating is one of a number of plating processes that utilizes electric current to bond the material to be plated to a workpiece. One of the most common uses for zinc plating is to provide durable and inexpensive rust protection for steel. It is also used for other pieces, both to provide rust protection and also to enhance appearance.
The color for zinc plating we can make: white, blue, yellow, color etc...
What Is Nickel Plating?
A method of depositing a layer of nickel on the surface of ferrous or non-ferrous metal parts by electrochemical action. It can be used as a surface coating, but it is mainly used for chromium plating, to prevent corrosion, increase wear resistance, gloss and beauty. It is widely used in machinery, instruments, instruments, medical devices, household appliances and other manufacturing industries.
What Is Chrome Plating?
Chrome plating is a process that involves the electroplating of a thin veneer of chromium onto an underlying metal. Sometimes used for decorating purposes, chrome plating can also serve as a layer of protection as well. Often, chrome plating is applied to metal objects when there is an increased opportunity for corrosion to occur.
·Smooth and smooth surface
·It will not rust.
·In the process of plating, the original parts have little deformation. The hardness of the surface can be enhanced after chromium plating (HR65 or above), and the high temperature resistance can reach 500 C, corrosion resistance, acid resistance and wear resistance.
·Ensuring stable surface quality of products
What Is Sandblasting?
Sandblasting uses compressed air as power to form a high-speed jet beam, which sprays the material (copper ore sand, quartz sand, diamond sand, iron sand, sea sand) onto the surface of the workpiece to be treated at high speed, so as to change the appearance or shape of the workpiece surface. Because of the impact and cutting action of abrasives on the workpiece surface, the workpiece surface can obtain certain cleanliness and different roughness, and the mechanical properties of the workpiece surface can be improved. Therefore, the fatigue resistance of the workpiece is improved, the adhesion between the workpiece and the coating is increased, and the durability of the coating is prolonged.
What Is Powder-coating?
Powder spraying is to spray powder coatings onto the surface of workpieces by powder spraying equipment (electrostatic spraying machine). Under the action of electrostatic force, the powder will evenly adsorb on the surface of workpieces and form powder coatings.
The spraying effect of powder caoting is superior to painting in mechanical strength, adhesion, corrosion resistance and aging resistance. The cost of powder coating is also lower than painting with the same effect.
What Is Painting?
Metal surface painting is a method to protect metal from oxidation corrosion. Good painting keeps product surface continuous, intact and non-destructive, and has good bonding. It can become a barrier to inhibit the invasion of corrosive media.
We can etch or engrave your graphics using an engraving tool, while laser etching is ideal for making the most precise and permanent marks on metal and and some plastics.