Hard chromium plating 2017-05-19T08:20:22+00:00

hard chrome plating

Hard chrome plating protects all your mechanical parts from abrasion wear, whether on new or reconditioned parts.

A old and tried method that has never been equaled, hard chrome has an unequaled “friction-hardness combination”, guaranteeing excellent resistance to abrasive wear .

Its value for money is excellent.

Our line consists of 11 plating cells. It is fully computerized and therefore able to monitor and record all key processing parameters, guaranteeing quality and reliability.

We have the capacity to chrome plate parts up to: 6000 x d.1200, 6 tons.

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Hard chrome plating specifications

Verbrugge, a company specialized in Steel, stainless steel, copper, cast metal, etc., chrome plating, guarantees the excellence of its process. For steel surface treatment, you have a choice in terms of thickness of the deposit, the grade of the mechanical part, its shape, hardness , etc. The electrolytic treatment of metals allows friction of the support to be reduced by 50% while increasing its corrosion resistance.  Discover all the features of steel chrome plating on our technical sheet.

Hardness 1000 to 1100 HV OR 70 HRc
corrosion protection Resistant to many chemical agents even at high temperatures ( improved by a nickel under layer or multilayer chrome plating)
Deposit Thickness From 5 μ & μ 600 ( Used in hard surfacing or repairing parts )
Adaptability Flat or cylindrical parts, complex shapes on request (possible savings)
Max part size 1800 x 1450 x 6000 mm
(cylindre max Ø 1200 mm x 6000 mm)
Support grade All metals: carbon steel even treated, stainless steel, copper and its alloys, cast metals, etc.
Friction factor 50% decrease (Comparison between steel/steel and hard chrome/steel)
Regularity of the thickness of the deposit
Grinding required for deposits of more than 40μ
Adherence of the deposit on its support Very good: Molecular bonding due to the electrolytic process
Magnetic susceptibility Amagnetic
Roughness Does not modify the initial roughness of the substrate  

Adaptable to the use: from 12/15 µ to 0.01 µ Ra

Weldability no recommended
Density 7.2 gr/cm3
Melting temperature 1800°c
Electrical resistivity 50 µohm-cm
thermal conductivity
0.0550 Cal / cm / see / °C
(
excellent thermal conductor)