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Alloy Plating Systems

PAVCO® has emerged as one of the leading providers of alloy coatings meant to serve the numerous new directives instituted by manufacturers. For more information on our full line of Alloy technologies, please contact a PAVCO® Technical Service Representative here or browse below to learn more about our products.

 
Alloy Plating Systems
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Niclipse
Niclipse is an acid zinc/nickel plating process offering an exceptional corrosion resistance. Niclipse demonstrates superior metal distribution and covering power. With low-stress and high-ductility, the process is suitable for either rack or barrel plating. The high performace of Niclipse allows the use of clear, yellow or black chromates.
NiClipse C
Formulated from the same technology platform as NiClipse, NiClipse C is modified for use over cast substrates while still offering exceptional corrosion resistance, covering power and compatibility with clear, yellow or black chromates. NiClipse C will deliver fully bright deposits for both rack and barrel applications.
Volta
Volta is a sulfate based tin-zinc electroplating process which produces a tin-zinc alloy containing 70% tin and 30% zinc. Deposits from the Volta process provide superior corrosion resistance over conventional electroplated deposits
Ziniloy 3028
Ziniloy is an alkaline zinc/nickel plating process that deposits 12-15% nickel in the deposit. It offers an exceptional efficiency of 30% more than conventional processes, high corrosion-resistance and easy bath control due to its having a small number of additives. It demonstrates superior metal distribution and covering power. With low-stress and high ductility, the process is suitable for either rack or barrel plating, and even displays excellent results on difficult to plate parts. The high performance of Ziniloy allows the use of clear, yellow or black chromates. Chromated or passivated deposits retain excellent corrosion resistance, even after 24 hours at 250°F (120°C) tempering.
Ziniloy HD
Our newest alkaline zinc/nickel process, Ziniloy HD is perfect for meeting the needs of post plate fabrication that includes bending and crimping of parts. Like Ziniloy, Ziniloy HD deposits 12-15% nickel in the deposit, offers 30% more efficiency then like systems, demonstrates superior metal distribution and covering power. With low-stress and high ductility, the process is suitable for either rack or barrel plating, and even displays excellent results on difficult to plate parts. The high performance of Ziniloy HD allows the use of clear, yellow or black chromates. Chromated or passivated deposits retain excellent corrosion resistance, even after 24 hours at 250°F (120°C) tempering.
Ziron
Ziron is a non-cyanide, alkaline zinc-iron alloy plating system. It provides 500-1,000 hours of salt spray protection. It exhibits excellent deposit distribution, bright finish and is highly cost effective.
Decorative Alloy Systems
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
PavCoTing
PavCoTing is a replacement for chrome plating baths without any of the inconveniences that are common in chrome baths. PavCo Ting is a cobalt alloy that when plated over nickel imparts a decorative chrome like finish. The corrosion resistance is comparable to a decorative chrome bath. PavCoTing is diverse enough to plate in the high current density, yet has the throwing power to cover extreme lows.
Chrome Tools
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Hex-A-Gone Complexor
Hex-A-Gone Complexor is used to maintain the salt balance in the solution. Hex-A-Gone Complexor should only be used as directed by Pavco technical personnel. Over or under use can introduce diverse plating issues.
Hex-A-Gone Extender
Hex-A-Gone Extender is an ancillary additive used in trivalent chrome solutions. It improves the throwing power of the solution. Hex-A-Gone Extender should be used sparingly as overuse will darken the deposit.
Hex-A-Gone Purifier
Hex-A-Gone Purifier is used a a nickel purifying agent where ion exchange or dummy plating is not available. Hex-A-Gone purifier should be used sparingly as overuse may cause haziness.
Hex-A-Gone Whitener
Hex-A-Gone Whitener is an ancillary agent used to maintain the unique color of the Hex-A-Gone deposit. Hex-A-Gone Whitener when overused, can cause a loss in deposition rate. It should only be used as directed by Pavco technical personnel.