Zinc Nickel Plating

Zinc nickel electroplating produces a highly corrosion resistant alloy coating for the protection of ferrous and non-ferrous metals and alloys. The electrodeposition of zinc nickel was developed as an environmentally safe alternative to cadmium electroplating. The unique property of the zinc nickel coating is, when deposited within a certain composition range (10-20% by weight nickel), it demonstrates equivalent or better corrosion resistance than cadmium deposits. The corrosion resistance can be further enhanced by applying various post-treatments that serve either as the final finish or as a base for dry film lubricants or paints. Zinc nickel coatings can provide corrosion resistance in excess of 1000 hours in Neutral Salt Spray when tested per ASTM B117 5%. Zinc nickel electroplating offers a wide variety of applications in the aerospace, agriculture, automotive, electronics, and marine industries.

Specification Specification Description Company
AMS 2417 Zinc Nickel Plate Boeing
BAC 5637 Zinc Nickel Plate Boeing
AMS 2417 Zinc Nickel Plate General Electric
AMS 2417 Zinc Nickel Plate Parker Hannifin
AMS 2417 Zinc Nickel Plate Pratt & Whitney
AMS 2417 Zinc Nickel Plate UTC Aerospace Systems
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