The origin of Protective Plating

- Jun 26, 2018 -

Are you still using technologies that are not environmentally friendly and backward?

Are you still anxious for EPA inspections?

Are you still suffering from occupational disease compensation for a huge number of employees?

Are you still facing a loss of return because of a quality problem that can't be solved by the traditional old technology?

Are you still trying to keep foreign orders out of the way because you can't provide strict SGS international certification?

Do you know that the threat of nowhere in life, the invisible harmful gases are quietly harming your health and the health of your family

During electroplating, a large amount of dust may be produced, which may contain silicon, chromium, aluminum, iron, copper and scrap cloth, which will bring serious occupational hazards to workers.

As a result, the state has repeatedly ordered the closure of seriously polluted electroplating enterprises. In addition, the rapid development of science and technology also has higher and higher requirements for the function and standard of surface treatment, so it has become an urgent desire of the industry to develop an innovative high-tech and environmentally friendly surface treatment technology.

The new generation of environment-friendly special surface alloy catalytic solution, which solves the disadvantages of traditional electroplating, has simple process, is a reliable guarantee for the sustainable development of enterprises, does not need strong acid and strong alkali, and does not need direct current to replace electroplating technology, so it has good performance. Environmental protection, low cost, to help you solve the problem of electroplating pollution, so that you practical production, no longer worry about environmental problems.It's collectively called Protective Plating

 


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