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Electroplating of copper is the most common process that gets undertaken other than nickel plating. The main reason behind its popularity is that copper strike or copper plating offers a high-quality undercoat for deposits of metal plating which take place subsequently.

Copper plating acts a good metal to cover the defects which occur in substrates like pit holes, splinters along with other defects which occur out of zinc or lead die-casting, burnishing copper which ultimately improves its ability to become a very good substrate. It is usually plated as an individual metal finish.

When we talk of bright copper plating, it provides a completely corrosion-resistant surface for different applications which include the likes of zinc-die as well as coating steel wire castings. It is quite frequently used in the electronics industry to make non-conductors extremely conducive and also on the printed circuit boards and other electronic devices. At Sterling Electro Plating, bright copper is used as an undercoating before the application of all other metals. Our professionals make use of terrific ductile copper that provides tremendous levelling to any kind of practical thickness.

Silver plating is an electrolytic process. One can make use of its properties either for functional purposes including increased electronic performance or for certain decorative purposes. Silver is applied on to the preliminary coatings of nickel and copper though there might be certain variations.

Electroplating of copper is the most common process that gets undertaken other than nickel plating. The main reason behind its popularity is that copper strike or copper plating offers a high-quality undercoat for deposits of metal plating which take place subsequently.

Copper plating acts a good metal to cover the defects which occur in substrates like pit holes, splinters along with other defects which occur out of zinc or lead die-casting, burnishing copper which ultimately improves its ability to become a very good substrate. It is usually plated as an individual metal finish.

When we talk of bright copper plating, it provides a completely corrosion-resistant surface for different applications which include the likes of zinc-die as well as coating steel wire castings. It is quite frequently used in the electronics industry to make non-conductors extremely conducive and also on the printed circuit boards and other electronic devices. At Sterling Electro Plating, bright copper is used as an undercoating before the application of all other metals. Our professionals make use of terrific ductile copper that provides tremendous levelling to any kind of practical thickness.

The silverware used in households on antique items are sometimes known as EPNS or Electro-Plated Nickel, Silver. Any EPNS item that stays in good condition would be quite difficult to differentiate from any solid or sterling silver item because the surface always seems to be actual silver.

Professionals who offer quality silver plating service of different items, including the antique ones helps individuals to get the right kind of look, feel and performance of silver metal without spending much. There is a white hue in silver plating and for achieving a bright finish, it gets applied over a layer of gorgeous nickel plating. Frequent polishing is needed to maintain the silver’s brightness. In its purest form, surface silver can achieve purity of close to 99.99% which can help manufacturers to maximise the quality of signal transmission.

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