Ambika Industries offer nickel plating to the manufacturing industry from 4 years We have responded to the market demand for high quality nickel plating based on a much faster turn round time than currently available. Our advanced process control measures allow us to maintain excellent consistency of all our nickel plated finishes. The plant is specifically designed to “get it right first time” with vastly reduced lead times. Our large capacity allows us to speed up turn round and lower our plating costs. We operate a very accurate pricing model to ensure that our quotes are consistently competitive.
Service provider of Gold Plating Services. Our product range also comprises of Steel Plating, Copper Plating and Tin Plating.
Passivation is a critical step in maximizing the essential corrosion resistance of parts and components machined from stainless steels. Passivation is not a scale removal treatment, nor is it like a coat of paint. Passivation provides a protective oxide film on the surface of the stainless steel. This invisible film is considered to be extremely thin, less than 0.0000001 inch thick, which is about 1/100,000 the thickness of a human hair.
A clean, freshly machined, polished or pickled stainless steel part automatically acquires this oxide film from exposure to oxygen in the atmosphere. Under ideal conditions, this protective oxide film completely covers all surfaces of the part. However, contaminants such as shop dirt or particles of iron from cutting tools may be transferred to the surface of the stainless steel parts during machining or transporting. These foreign particles can reduce effectiveness of the protective film. During the machining process, a microscopic amount of free iron may be worn off the cutting tool and transferred to the surface of the stainless steel part. This may cause a thin coating of rust to appear on the part. This is actually corrosion of the steel from the tool and not the corrosion from the substrate. The embedded particle of steel from the cutting tool or its corrosion products may cause an attack of the part itself.
Ambika Industries offer dull tin plating to the electro mechanical industry from 4 years and have now developed one of the best facilities. We have invested in the latest process monitoring and control technology.We have responded to the market demand for high quality dull tin plating based on a much faster turn round time than currently available. Our advanced process control measures allow us to maintain excellent consistency of all our dull tin plated finishes. The plant is specifically designed to “get it right first time” with vastly reduced lead times.
Plating On Aluminium. We provide high finish plating on aluminum as per client’s requirement. The plating is intended to provide wear resistant and to prevent aluminum from rubbing onto small ceramic pieces that might come in contact with them depending upon the nature and area of work. Plating on aluminum is a wet process and thus takes place quickly.
Our Dull nickel plating is ideal for machine parts. Its hard wearing, ductile and offers considerable corrosion resistance. Dull nickel is also used to build up thickness with or without post grinding.
Galvanizing of plastics or Plating on Plastic (POP) is a relatively new technology. Plating of thin and adhering galvanic deposits on plastic substrates is possible only since approximately 1960. The conventional POP technology is based on ABS and ABS-PC blends. ABS is a so called co-polymer of Acrylonitril Butadiene Styrene. The composition is approximately 5 to 30% butadiene, styrene approximately 50%, the rest is acrylonitril . Butadiene is the substance which forms -mixed with a little bit of carbon and sulfur- the base for rubber. The two other substances create a firm material. The butadiene, in the form of microscopic spheres, is mixed in the ABS matrix. By means of a strong oxidizing agent, small cavities are created in the surface of the ABS, by etching out the soft butadiene spheres. The remaining (hard) material is attacked at a much lower rate. Which remains is a smooth surface with microscopic cavities and polar groups attached to the hard plastic.
Providing service of Gold Finishing Services. Our product range also comprises of Steel Plating, Copper Plating and Tin Plating.
Providing service of Steel Plating for Steel Products. Our product range also comprises of Steel Plating, Copper Plating and Tin Plating.
Service provider of Copper Plating for Copper Products. Our product range also comprises of Steel Plating, Copper Plating and Tin Plating.
Service Provider of Tin Coating for Metal Sheets. Our product range also comprises of Steel Plating, Copper Plating and Tin Plating.
Black Oxide Steel & Stainless Steel Coatings. Black Oxide on wrought iron, cast/malleable iron, low carbon alloy STEEL. 300-Series, 400-Series, and 17-4 PH STAINLESS STEELS. Black oxide is a conversion coating formed by the chemical reaction with the iron in a metal to form an protective surface. Oxidizing salts react with the iron to form magnetite (Fe304), the black oxide of iron. It must be impregnated with oil or wax.
Tin plating is used extensively on many different types of metals, both ferrous and nonferrous. Tin is A gray-white, soft, and ductile metal that is not easily oxidized in air. Electrodeposited tin has good conductivity and corrosion resistance while enhancing solder ability of substrates that are not otherwise easily soldered to. Tin is generally considered non-toxic and non-carcinogenic and as such its use is generally approved for food contact applications. Tin plating is provided in two general types of deposits: bright tin and matte tin. Both can be obtained from an alkaline or acidic bath and both are electrolytically applied. The acidic chemistries are most common today.
Gold plating is a method of depositing a thin layer of gold onto the surface of another metal, most often copper or silver (to make silver-gilt), by chemical or electrochemical plating. This article covers plating methods used in the modern electronics industry; for more traditional methods, often used for much larger objects, see gilding.
Silver plating has many different uses in an industrial setting. It can be used as an engineering coating due to its superior conductivity and corrosion resistance. When used in plating, silver’s conductivity allows for extensive use in electronics and semiconductor industries. It is also used extensively in the aerospace, telecommunications, military, and automotive industries. Silver plating creates a surface that can be soldered and exhibits low electrical resistance; it is also useful for bearing surfaces and anti-galling applications.
The process of phosphating aluminum and steel parts is typically listed as a conversion coating because the process involves metal removal as part of the reaction. However, it is not like anodizing or black oxide in that the phosphate coating is actually a precipitation reaction. The final surface is a layer of very fine phosphate crystals adhering to the surface of the metal. For paint and powder coatings, a phosphate coating has two main functions. First, the coating provides improved paint and powder coating adhesion since the phosphate crystals act as organic coating anchoring sites. Second, the phosphate layer acts as a corrosion barrier should the organic coating get scratched. In rust creep testing, the rust creep is reduced when phosphate is present under the paint layer or powder coat layer compared to no conversion layer under the organic coating.