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The coating that is given on a particular type of any metallic substance with the help of electricity by submerging it in a solution made of various chemicals is called electroplating.


                                          Figure:  Protective coatings, surface treatment

In BITAC Protective Coating we find some element. There are –

1.      Rectifier, 12 volt, 1.5 KW
2.      Variable resistance
3.       Polishing & Buffing Motor, 1HP,3 Phase,1.8 A, 2780 RPM
4.      Polishing & Buffing Motor, 3HP,3 Phase,3 A, 2840 RPM
5.      Different size of polishing bobs
6.      Degreasing solution
7.      Acid copper solution
8.      Cyanide copper plating solution
9.      Nickel  plating solution
10. Bright chromium plating solution
11. Hard chromium plating solution
12. Cyanide zinc plating solution
13. Cyanide cadmium plating solution

Types of plating  

1)     Cu plating – Copper cyanide is used.
2)     Zn plating – Zinc cyanide is used.
3)     Ni plating  - Nickel salt.
4)     Bright chromium plating
5)     Hard chromium plating
6)     Cadmium plating
7)     Hard nickel plating


                   Figure: Hempel protective coating systems, including a range of HEMPADUR

Polishing machine : It is used to polishing metal. Any type of job polishing in this machine. All type of job at first polishing then electroplating.


                                                        Figure:  Polishing machine

# Which is used in electroplating –

    1)Rectifier : It is used to convert current from AC to DC.

    2)Anode : Ni anode, Zn anode, Cr anode, Cu anode, Hard chrom anode, Bight crom anode.

    3)Cathode : All kind of job


                                                      Figure: Big polishing machine


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