East Liberty Electroplating, Inc

Finishes Services

East Liberty Electroplating is capable of assisting customers with a number of different finishing processes.

Anodizing: An electrochemical process that forms an anodic coating on aluminum. East Liberty Electroplating offers offer both sulfuric and hard coat baths. We offer clear, black, gold, green, red, blue, and purple as colors and have the ability to customize if needed.

Chemical Conversion: Also called by proprietary names of Alodine or Irridite, is a thin, clear or yellow conversion coating used as a primer for paint, general protection to prevent aluminum from oxidizing, or used in conjunction with masking of an anodized finish for conductivity properties

Electroplating: Is the process of applying one or more layers of a metal to a part by electrolytically depositing the metal onto the part. The deposited metal becomes sacrificial and protects the base coating form oxidation. It can also add to the decorative appearance of the part. East Liberty Electroplating offers: Electroless Nickel Plating: The process of applying nickel metal to a substrate without the use of an electrical charge. The nickel being applied is in solution and adheres itself to the substrate.

Black Oxide: This is a conversion coating formed by a chemical reaction with the iron in the metal to form an integral protective surface.

Degreasing: The process of removing heavy machine oils form parts.

Passivation: Process used to remove a ferrous material that may be left in a stainless steel part.

Bright Dipping on copper alloys: Process used to chemically clean and brighten surface to remove tarnish or scale.

East Liberty Electroplating also has capabilities to do buffing/polishing and vibratory finishing on small parts.

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