Precious Metal Plating - Silver and Gold
Zinc Plating - Lustrous zinc cooatings can be produced over ferrous and non-ferrous metals for increased eye appeal.
Copper—Primarily used as an undercoat and also for selective carborizing.
Bright Nickel Plating—Ideal as an ornamental finish for sales appeal where cost is a predominating factor.
Electroless Nickel—Assures absolute uniformity of plate inside and our regardless or irregularities of shape.
Sulfamate Nickel—Ideal for aircraft and nuclear applications but has many industrial applications.
Tin—Used on items that come in contact with foods or in electrical field.
Lead, Tin, Alloy, or Solder Plate—Applied to parts that have to be soldered after assembly.
Yellow and Clear Chromate - This coating provides a better bond and more durable protection for pain than more expensive oxide forming proecsses on aluminum and its alloys.
Iridate #14-2—A chemical process clear to yellow corrosion resistant films on aluminum and its alloys.
Conversion Coatings—A finish for zinc (clear, blue, yellow, olive drab or black), aluminum, copper, brass and bronze, which protects against corrosion.
Pickling—This is a process that removes all foreign material from the surface of stainless steel.
Passivating on Stainless Steel—This is a process that removes all foreign material from the surface of stainless steel.
Black Oxide—This is a jet-black decorative finish for iron and steel. Has some corrosion inhibiting properties in it but is usually supplemented by rust preventive oil. No dimensional change.
Titanium Cleaning & Acid Etching—This is an Aerospace requirement from the OEMs like GEAE for P4TF3.
Sulfuric Acid- Provides thick oxide coatings for aluminum and its alloys.
Color Anodizing - F.M. Callahan & Son, Inc. are experts and dying anodized coatings with pleasing colors.