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                                                METAL PLATING IN TORONTO.

      LARGE BARREL BLACK OXIDE SERVICE AVAILABLE HERE IN TORONTO,ONTARIO.

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Black Oxide Toronto 

The coating is a dark aluminum-oxide layer that can adhere tightly to metal. This coating is used for a variety of practical and decorative purposes. 
Screws, nuts and bolts are often given a black oxide coating to increase their abrasion resistance and give them a darker appearance. 
Black oxide coating can be used to finish mechanical components because it provides a high temperature resistance and doesn't chip or flake easily. It also does not increase the thickness of the parts, allowing them to function properly 

                      

                       BLACK OXIDE COATING SERVICE IN TORONTO.


M&M PLATING TORONTO INC'S Black oxide service in Toronto is unlike any other finish. No other process produces the same finish and combination of properties for less cost. M&M PLATING TORONTO INC. Black oxide service n Toronto has certain properties and characteristics that makes it ideal for certain applications.
Our Black oxide service in Toronto is a conversion coating formed by a chemical reaction produced when parts are immersed in the alkaline aqueous salt solution operated at approximately 285 degrees F. The reaction between the iron of the ferrous alloy and the hot oxide bath produces a magnitite (Fe3 O4) on the actual surface of the part. It is possible to oxidize non-ferrous metals under suitable conditions to form black oxides. It is possible to apply black oxide at room temperature, however it is not possible to achieve all of the benefits available from our "hot" oxide process here in Toronto. The cold black oxide process routinely shows color variation from part to part and the black material frequently rubs off in your hands. The cold process does not meet military or automotive specifications. Therefore the remainder of this article addresses the our "hot" black oxide process here in Toronto,Ontario..
 The five basic steps for the black oxide conversion coating are clean; rinse; black oxide; rinse; supplementary coating (after-finish). If rust or scale is present on the part, additional steps such as acid pickling or alkaline de-scaling may have to be added before oxiding. Neutralizing and/or further rinsing may be necessary on assemblies and parts with blind holes to eliminate "flowering" or bleed-out. Black oxide cannot be produced over plated parts (zinc, nickel, chromium, cadmium, phosphate). This plating must be stripped prior to the black oxide process.
The supplementary coating (after-finish) will dictate the final appearance and function of the part. When a print or drawing specifies "Black Oxide" without any specific after-finish, it is interpreted as our  Black Oxide service in Toronto and Oil. It is recommended that an after-finish is always applied, as black oxide without an after-finish has very poor corrosion protection. However, with an oil, wax, or lacquer, it is possible to achieve excellent indoor corrosion protection (100+ hrs. in a humidity cabinet). M&M PLATING TORONTO INC.Black oxides on steel service in Toronto is suitable for severe outdoor applications or corrosive environments, but they can provide superior humidity cabinet results with proper supplementary coating. M&M PLATING TORONTO INC. Black Oxides on Stainless steel service in Toronto and/or brass alloys will yield excellent corrosion protection, primarily due to their inherent properties.
The after-finish is usually determined by the part configuration and the end-use. If a "dry-to-touch" finish is needed, it is important to specify either Oil spin dry to touch, wax or lacquer. The oil after-finish will generally be a glossy finish, whereas the wax will be more matte. It is possible to use a torque/tension wax to provide added lubricity and reduced drive torque.
In order to determine the appropriate after-finish, you must first evaluate which after-finish to use. The following factors should be considered:

Final application
 Visual Test - The black oxide coating shall exhibit a satisfactory appearance. The black oxide coating shall cover the basis metal completely and shall be a uniform shade of black. The part shall show no evidence of pitting, intergranular attack, or etching. Please note: Black oxide does not exhibit a smoothing effect like plating or painting. Pre-existing scratches, tool marks, pits, scribe lines, and other surface defects will be visible after finishing (although they will be black).
Smut Test - Smut is a black or dark-colored, powdery residue, which comes off on the hand when rubbed. such tests shall be performed prior to the application of the after-finish.
Relative Humidity Test - Testing per ASTM D 2247, Standard Practice for Testing Water Resistance of Coatings in 100% Relative Humidity.
The advantages of black oxide are:
 No dimensional changes: The as-formed dimensions do not change (as they do when plated or painted). Black  oxide is a coloring of the base metal, no metal is removed or deposited.
 Dark black color: (No patina or rainbow effect) The surface of the part may be shiny or matte depending on the  surface of the part and the after finish applied. For example, a polished surface will retain its luster after black  oxidizing.
 The finish will not chip, peel, flake, or rub off: Black oxide can only be removed by mechanically or chemically  removing the finish itself.
 Reduces light glare (reflection): Black oxide makes an excellent finished surface for moving parts such as hand  tools and machine parts. The reduction in reflectivity reduces eye fatigue and is less distracting.
 Can be coated for additional protection: Black oxide finishes with supplementary treatments ("after-finishes")improve the appearance, abrasion resistance, and corrosion resistance of the part to which they are applied. The normal after-finishes are Oil, Wax, Lacquer, and Chromic Seals. The part configuration and the end-use will help to determine which after-finish to specify.
Improved lubrication characteristics: Black oxidized parts have improved lubricity and anti-galling characteristics due to the after-finish (oil or wax) resulting in smoother running, mating parts.
Color change resistant to temperature: Black oxide finishes can be exposed to a temperature of  900 degrees F. (482 degrees C.) before the color begins to change.
No hydrogen embrittlement: The black oxide process does not require an acid activation nor is it an electro-process; therefore, hydrogen embrittlement is not a factor. If the parts are scaled or rusty and an acid pickle is required, any hydrogen that may have evolved will quickly dissipate in the black oxide tank (running temp. 285 degrees F). Any remaining hydrogen will be completely dissipated within 48 hours after processing.
No white corrosion: The finished part does not have a "white-corrosion" state as some electro-plated parts exhibit over time. This makes black oxide an excellent finish for parts used internally on electronic components. The small white corrosive flecks are conductive and may cause an electrical short.
Weldable: Welding black oxided parts does not produce noxious fumes nor hamper the ease with which a part can be welded as may be encountered by welding plated or painted parts.

Black Oxide coating Toronto 


The coating is a dark aluminum-oxide layer that can adhere tightly to metal. This coating is used for a variety of practical and decorative purposes. 
Screws, nuts and bolts are often given a black oxide coating to increase their abrasion resistance and give them a darker appearance. 
Black oxide coating can be used to finish mechanical components because it provides a high temperature resistance and doesn't chip or flake easily. It also does not increase the thickness of the parts, allowing them to function properly 


                                                 

TORONTO'S ORIGINAL BLACK OXIDE ON STEEL SERVICE IN TORONTO,ONTARIO

Black Oxide Coating * RoHS Compliant *
Black Oxide, Blackening, Oxidizing, Oxiding, Black Passivating, Gun Bluing . . . these terms all refer to the process of forming a black iron oxide on the surface of ferrous metals. 
Large black oxide parts service in Toronto,Ontario.
The black oxide process is a chemical conversion coating. This means that the black oxide is not deposited on the surface of the substrate like nickel or    zinc electroplating. Instead, the black oxide coating is produced by a chemical    reaction between the iron on the surface of the ferrous metal and the oxidizing salts present in the black oxide solution. These oxidizing salts include penetrates, catalysts, activators and proprietary additives which all take part in the chemical reaction. The result of this chemical reaction is the formation of black iron oxide, magnetite (Fe3O4), on the surface of the metal being coated. Black oxide has a range of unique properties and benefits that can be applied to a variety of industries. 

M&M PLATING TORONTO INC. Finishing Facilities :

M&M PLATING TORONTO INC. uses a hot alkaline aqueous black oxide process. Over the years, we have developed a unique blackening process which produces a high quality black oxide coating that complies with automotive, aerospace, and military specifications. 
Specializing in black oxide coatings on steel, iron and stainless steel alloys, the company services large and small production runs in rack, barrel and basket work. 
Our 40,000 square foot facilities includes one of the largest black oxide lines in Canada. Our 15 feet long by 2 feet wide by 40 inches deep processing tanks, along with a great lifting capacity allows M&M PLAING TORONTO INC. to process those heavy, oversized parts that most metal finishing shops are unable to handle. 
For your bulk processing requirements, our black oxide barrel line, with a two hundred pound load capacity, allows us to provide you with a quality job and a fast delivery time. 
Black Oxide on Stainless Steel * RoHS Compliant *
Black oxide on stainless steel Service In Toronto,Ontario. Black oxide can also be applied to stainless steel alloys. Blackening of stainless steel is more difficult than blackening steel alloys. It requires a separate and specialized process, which is not offered by all black oxide finishers. When processed correctly, black oxide on stainless steel produces a deep black finish that doesn't wipe off and is visually appealing.    
M&M PLAING TORONTO INC. Stainless Steel Line consists of 4 tanks and great lifting capacity. 
We have many years of experience applying black oxide on stainless steel and our process produces a quality black oxide product. 
Supplementary Post Treatments
Applying a supplementary post treatment after the black oxide finish is commonly used to increase the corrosion protection properties of black oxide coatings. Alone, black oxide offers only a very mild corrosion resistance. A properly applied post treatment, allowing full absorption of the supplementary coating into the pores of the black oxide finish, enhances the corrosion protection to the metal, while producing a deeper black appearance. An appropriate post treatment also increases the resistance to abrasion of the black oxide where break-in of mating parts are required.
Oil post treatments are frequently used after black oxide coating. The oil can be either water-soluble or solvent-based and can be controlled so that a fairly heavy oil film is left on the part or so that the part is virtually dry to the touch. Of course, less oil means less corrosion protection. A clear wax or acrylic may also be used as an alternative, dry to the touch post treatment, where absolutely no oil film is desired.    
Post Treatments for Improved Corrosion Resistance!
Water Soluble Oil (Our default post treatment)
Water Soluble Light Oil (dry to the touch)
Dry to Touch Solvent-Based Corrosion Inhibitor
Water Soluble Wax
Water Soluble Acrylic

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Black Oxide coating Toronto Specifications :


                                                                                 

M&M PLAING TORONTO INC. certifies our Black Oxide Coatings to a variety of specifications. The following lists some of the more common specifications for Black Oxide. If the particular specification you require is not listed, please contact us for further information. 
Black Oxide Specifications
AMS 2485-H
DX550021
ES 1-02-02
ESB-M6P4-A
ESF-M6P3-A
ESW-M5A5-B
GM 4347-M
ISO 11408-1999
MIL-DTL-13924-D
P-586
PS-1129-J
XEROX 50-0002/50-0004
For a complete list of all the specifications available click here.    
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Black Trivalent (rohs) Zinc Plating Services In Toronto.

Chromates Available

RoHS Trivalent Clear Chromate
Yellow Chromate
Black Chromate
Top Coat Seal Available

Specifications

ASTM-633
GMW3044
WSD-M1P85
Plus MANY Others

M&M PLATING INC. Zinc plating service in Toronto, Helps Protect The Integrity of Your Metal Products......


                                                                        


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EXTENSIVE PLATING CAPABILITIES 

MM PLATING TORONTO INC. is a nationally recognized source for Hard Chrome, Cadmium, Copper, Electrolytic and Electroless Nickel Plating Toronto, Tin Plating Toronto, Chromic Anodize, Sulphuric Anodize, Hard Anodize with Blue, Red, Black, Yellow, colors, Zinc, Zinc- Nickel plating on a variety of base materials, including zinc die cast and stainless steel, Manganese Phosphate and many other processes. These processes qualify MM PLATING TORONTO INC. to meet unique customer requirements. is a nationally recognized source for Hard Chrome, Cadmium, Copper, Electrolytic and Electroless Nickel, Tin, Chromic Anodize, Sulphuric Anodize, Hard Anodize with Blue, Red, Black, Yellow, colors, Zinc, Zinc- Nickel plating on a variety of base materials, including zinc die cast and stainless steel, Manganese Phosphate and many other processes. These processes qualify M&M PLATING TORONTO INC. to meet unique customer requirements. 

EXPERTISE AND RELIABILITY 


With the help of a highly qualified workforce, MM PLATING TORONTO INC. has acquired a reputation of excellence based on expertise and reliability. We have developed and maintained business relations with our customers where quality standards are among the most stringent in the world. To attain this objective, MM PLATING TORONTO INC. counts on rigorous control over the quality of its products and the appropriate training of its personnel. It uses equipment and technology that are at the leading-edge of developments in the sector. It also invests in R&D to develop new procedures that meet environmental standards and the industry needs. 

ENVIRONMENTALLY CONSCIOUS 

Our state-of-the-art waste management systems exceed every applicable local, state and federal regulation. These systems are designed to meet our needs now and into the future. Through our environmental efforts,MM PLATING TORONTO INC. will remain a viable source for quality metal finishing as well as a responsible neighbor to our community and our environment. 

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Hard chrome plating offers increased life and superior resistance to wear, friction and corrosion because of its excellent lubricity properties. Typically used as an industrial process, hard chrome is an electrolytic plating process used to deposit chrome onto alloys. Hard chrome can either be deposited as a finished product to print, or part of a repair to be ground to a finished size. 
Hydraulics, molds, valves, bearings, pumps, cylinders and moving parts found in OEM equipment manufacturing and production use hard chrome to repair, retrofit and extend equipment life. The aircraft, medical, mining, agricultural and chemical industries rely on hard chrome to maximize their investments. 

Electroless Nickel is a high corrosion resistance process designed to produce semi-bright deposits for engineering applications where uniformity of coating is important. Additional functions include rust prevention, electrical contact and decorative looks. This process features excellent stability and produces nickel deposits which are smooth with no buildup on the edges or ends. Suitable for use on many different substrates including steel, stainless steel, cast iron, copper and copper alloys, titanium, beryllium, nickel alloys and aluminum. 
The Electroless Nickel process is most often used with complex shapes and large size components. 

Sulfamate nickel is an extremely useful plating that possesses many beneficial properties. Deposited electrolytically, sulfamate nickel is a uniform dense coating of pure nickel. It provides excellent corrosion resistance, high ductility and strength, and good thermal and electrical conductivity. It can be plated on a wide variety of substrates including chilled irons, various steel alloys, stainless steels, aluminum alloys, copper and brass. 
Sulfamate nickel is used in engineering applications as a low cost, machinable build-up coating for size restoration resurfacing defective shells. It is also used as a sealer coating in the Chemical and Food processing industries to prevent iron or other metal contamination. 

Black Oxide provides enhanced corrosion protection and aesthetic appeal. It is a chemical process used as a rust inhibitor with steel, stainless steel, iron, copper and brass. There is no increase in dimensions during application and the result is a nice, dark black finish. 

Type I Chromic Anodizing Film produced is solid, thinner (0.02-0.05 MIL), darker in color, and is harder than sulfuric acid films of the same thickness. 
50% penetration in the substrate / 50% growth over original dimension of part 
Favored if there is a possibility of solution entrapment in joints, recesses, and/or weldments. 
Chromic Acid leaves no corrosive residue 

Type II Sulphuric Anodizing Favored for applications where hardness & resistance to erosion is required 
Film produced are of greater thickness (0.1-1.0 MIL) 
67% penetration in substrate / 33% growth over original dimension of parts 

Its permeable nature prior to sealing is used in the production of color surface finishes on aluminum & its alloys. 
Porous aluminum oxide absorbs dyes well & sealing helps prevent color loss in service, although color-fast, they tend to bleach under continued direct sunlight. 
Colors offered are: Black , Red , Blue , Green, Yellow (Gold) 

Type III Hard-anodizing is used for technical purposes: against corrosion and wear, for electrical insulation, and, by impregnating the surfaces with teflon particles, for achieving low friction. This oxide coating can be harder than case hardened steel and provide excellent abrasion resistance; it is protective to the aluminum part and can be very durable. 
The thickness of the hard anodize piece can be very closely controlled and be applied to a wide variety of parts to suit applications from many industries. Secondary treatments such as colored dyes are available. 

Tin Plating Provides: Bright Tin plating gives a bright 'white' metallic finish with excellent conductivity, and its main use is in the electrical sector. It's other key properties are that is it solderable, ductile, and has a natural lubricity. It is also non-toxic which makes it suitable for human contact and food industry applications. 


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Zinc-Nickel Alloy Plating 

High corrosion protection without topcoats or organic finishes makes it ideal for parts where thread and recess fill are a concern. Around four times the hardness and therefore wear resistance of standard Zinc plating. 
Many of these features make Zinc-Nickel and environmentally friendly alternative for Cadmium Plating. 


Cadmium plating Provides Superior Corrosion Resistance – protects the base metal for over 1000 hours to red rust. 
Withstands High Temperatures – can be used for automotive components that are exposed to higher temperatures 
Economical – provides much better corrosion resistance for any steel part intended for exterior use than comparably-priced conventional zinc. 


Zinc electroplating is a soft, ductile, decorative, corrosion-resistant finish. Unlike most other commonly plated metals, zinc protects the substrate. The protection is accomplished by sacrificing itself. The zinc corrodes before the base metal thereby protecting the base metal. For additional corrosion protection, chromates are applied over the zinc. Chromates used in the zinc electroplating process become a component of the coating. Chromate films are typically very thin, and the chromate coating provides no measurable thickness to the overall coating. 


Passivation is the chemical treatment of a stainless steel surface with a mild oxidant such as a nitric acid or citric acid solution. This is typically done to remove any foreign material from the surface of the metal which enhances the corrosion resistance of the stainless steel surface and accelerates the re-formation of the passive layer. Used with orthodontic, orthopedic and surgical equipment as well as by industrial, marine and aircraft manufacturers. Additional passivation applications include high purity water storage tanks, manifolds and pipe spools. 
Pickling (Chemical Descaling) is typically used to remove oxide layers resulting from welding, heat-treating, and other high temperature operations. All of these oxide layers are generally referred to as "scale" and must be removed prior to Electropolishing or Passivating. Pickling is sometimes referred to as "Acid Washing" or "White Acid Pickling". 

Passivation stainless steel Toronto.

MM PLATING INC - PASSIVATION! 

Passivation Toronto is routinely specified on tons of stainless steel annually. As a chemical process that removes free iron and creates a chromium rich surface, passivation is now found to be inferior to other more effective techniques. 
Toronto Stainless Steel Passivation Toronto, 
Since 1967, we have applied our unique processes to improve corrosion resistance on a wide range of metals including the full range of stainless steels, Inconel, Hastelloy and many other alloys. In hundreds of salt spray and other corrosion tests, our process has provided up to 30 times the corrosion protection of passivation alone. 
Toronto Stainless Steel Passivation Toronto, 
By dissolving surface metal, we remove deeply imbedded contamination, reduce surface area and remove the false or amorphous layer that is produced by grinding, machining, stamping or lapping metal. Less imbedded contamination, less retained surface moisture means less chance for corrosion to begin. 
Toronto Stainless Steel Passivation Toronto, 
Medical parts better resist harsh autoclave chemicals and temperatures. Automotive parts stay clean and bright after years of exposure to road salt. Food, Pharmaceutical and Biotech equipment hold up longer with CIP (Clean in Place) processes. Marine hardware will retain their smooth finish after long exposures to salt water. Components used in Semiconductor applications resist harsh chemicals when passivated. 
Toronto Stainless Steel Passivation Toronto, 
Our process is approved under ASTM B 912-02, and is approved by many of North Americas largest industrial companies. We have developed bulk processes that provide economical treatment to millions of parts annually. 
Toronto Stainless Steel Passivation Toronto, 
Of course, we provide chemical passivation as well. Either way, put Able to the test. Send us your sample part and we’ll process it for your evaluation and testing. 
Toronto Stainless Steel Passivation Toronto, 
Stainless Steel Passivation Toronto. 
What is the key difference between passivation with nitric or citric acid and Toronto Passivation? 
Passivation Stainless Steel Toronto is a chemical treatment that slightly alters the very top surface chemistry of metal. In most cases, you cannot tell by visual inspection whether a part has been passivated. Toronto passivation carefully dissolves a small amount of surface metal, and removes discoloration, oxides and imbedded contamination. The metal part is cleaner and brighter as a result, hence the term Toronto Stainless Steel Passivation Toronto, 

passivation an etch or bright dip? 
Chemical etching and bright dip processes attack surface metal with aggressive chemicals. While they remove surface metal, there is far less control and potential problems with hydrogen embrittlement. Toronto Stainless Steel Passivation Toronto, uses a combination of electrical current and chemicals to precisely control the metal removal without surface damage. The chemicals used inToronto Stainless Steel Passivation Toronto, are non-reactive to most metals unless electricity is applied. 

What is the difference between Brite® passivation and electropolishing? 
In most cases, Toronto Stainless Steel Passivation Toronto, is a light electropolish.We remove less material than other electropolishing applications, and do so in a bulk process as well as rack. In many cases, Toronto Stainless Steel Passivation Toronto, provides superior finish and corrosion resistance to passivated parts at a competitive price. 

Why not just call the process Light Electropolish? 
We named the process Toronto Stainless Steel Passivation Toronto, to call attention to the corrosion enhancement aspects of our proprietary processes. While we apply our technologies to deburr, size and smooth metal on over 100 alloys, this allows us to show engineers that it is superior to passivation, a process used on millions of tons of stainless steels each year. 

Is this process proven or approved by any major customers/agencies? 
We have applied this process since 1967 for many Fortune 500 companies in the Food, Automotive, Semiconductor, Aerospace and Medical fields. Most of these companies have their own specifications, but ASTM B 912-02 calls out for electropolishing as an approved substitute for passivation. 

Gold, Silver & Nickel Plating

Recent News
M&M PLATING INC is proud to announce that 1000 HR zinc nickel plating has been added to our list of quality rack plating services for our customers.
M&M PLATING TORONTO INC. is a well-established electroplating provider in Toronto Ontario. We address various electroplating needs across a diversity of industries, including the aviation, automotive, military, electronic, and commercial sectors. As a leader in plating solutions, we have the technology and skills required to deliver a variety of services, including continuous strip plating, barrel plating, and rack plating. Our chemical lab delivers rigorous testing and assessment of electroplating solutions through cutting edge equipment and outstanding analytical techniques.

M&M PLATING TORONTO INC. offers an electroplating process that encompasses several metal plating solutions. We offer gold, silver, copper, nickel, electroless nickel, tin, and zinc-nickel plating. Each type of metal plating is used to achieve specific objectives, which can range from building up worn parts to increasing bondability or solderability. Depending on our customer’s specifications, we can recommend the most effective and efficient electroplating technique to ensure complete customer satisfaction and high quality products. Employing innovative technologies, continuous R&D, and a client-centric approach we have made it possible to meet needs for a wide range of applications.

Electroplating is a complex process that changes the physical, mechanical, and chemical properties of a work piece. Electroplating is performed to reach different goals, among which increased corrosion and tarnish resistance, tensile strength, surface hardness, high electrical and thermal conductivity, stable and low contact resistance, good bonding, increased ductibility, and improved wear resistance of load bearing surfaces. Drawing on our profound knowledge of the industry, we are always seeking to deliver the best and most suitable electroplating solution to our customers. Through an uncompromising commitment to superior quality, we deliver reliable, responsive, and cost-effective services, focusing on customer satisfaction in all respects.

Zinc-Nickel Plating Service In Toronto. 
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High corrosion protection without topcoats or organic finishes makes it ideal for parts where thread and recess fill are a concern. Around four times the hardness and therefore wear resistance of standard Zinc plating. Many of these features make Zinc-Nickel and environmentally friendly alternative for Cadmium Plating Cadmium plating Provides Superior Corrosion Resistance – protects the base metal for over 1000 hours to red rust. Withstands High Temperatures – can be used for automotive components that are exposed to higher temperatures Economical – provides much better corrosion resistance for any steel part intended for exterior use than comparably-priced conventional zinc. 
Zinc electroplating Service In Toronto. 
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Is a soft, ductile, decorative, corrosion-resistant finish. Unlike most other commonly plated metals, zinc protects the substrate. The protection is accomplished by sacrificing itself. The zinc corrodes before the base metal thereby protecting the base metal. For additional corrosion protection, chromates are applied over the zinc. Chromates used in the zinc electroplating process become a component of the coating. Chromate films are typically very thin, and the chromate coating provides no measurable thickness to the overall coating. 

Zinc-Iron Plating Service In Toronto. 
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Zinc-iron plating is one of several zinc-based alloy finishes that have gained in popularity in recent years—particularly in the automotive industry. It is an alloy plating consisting of 99+% zinc metal along with <1% iron. This alloy composition can produce corrosion protection results that are superior to traditional zinc plating. Zinc-iron plating is used solely for engineering and functional applications due to its less than desirable appearance. Its main use is to improve the corrosion resistance of steel parts. When applied, zinc-iron works as a sacrificial coating to prolong the life of the basis metal. The corrosion protection of zinc-iron plating can also be enhanced through a variety of chromate and seal post dip applications. 

Passivation of stainless steel Toronto. 
Metal Coating Toronto, 

Is the chemical treatment of a stainless steel surface with a mild oxidant such as a nitric acid or citric acid solution. This is typically done to remove any foreign material from the surface of the metal which enhances the corrosion resistance of the stainless steel surface and accelerates the re-formation of the passive layer. Used with orthodontic, orthopedic and surgical equipment as well as by industrial, marine and aircraft manufacturers. Additional passivation applications include high purity water storage tanks, manifolds and pipe spools. 


Pickling Toronto (Chemical Descaling) . 


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Is typically used to remove oxide layers resulting from welding, heat-treating, and other high temperature operations. All of these oxide layers are generally referred to as "scale" and must be removed prior to Electropolishing or Passivating. Pickling is sometimes referred to as "Acid Washing" or "White Acid Pickling". 

Black Oxide Coating Service In Toronto. 
Metal Coating Toronto, 

The coating is a dark aluminum-oxide layer that can adhere tightly to metal. This coating is used for a variety of practical and decorative purposes. 
Screws, nuts and bolts are often given a black oxide coating to increase their abrasion resistance and give them a darker appearance. 
Black oxide coating can be used to finish mechanical components because it provides a high temperature resistance and doesn't chip or flake easily. It also does not increase the thickness of the parts, allowing them to function properly 

Cadmium Plating Service In Toronto. 
Metal Coating Toronto, 

Cadmium plating is still widely used in some applications such as aerospace fasteners and it remains in military and aviation specs.Cadmium plating (or "cad plating") offers a long list of technical advantages such as excellent corrosion resistance even at relatively low thickness and in salt atmospheres, softness and malleability, freedom from sticky and/or bulky corrosion products, galvanic compatibility with aluminum, freedom from stick-slip thus allowing reliable torquing of plated threads, can be dyed to many colors and clear, has good lubricity and solderability, and works well either as a final finish or as a paint base.[2][4] If environmental concerns matter, in most aspects cadmium plating can be directly replaced with gold plating as it shares most of the material properties - gold is more expensive and cannot serve as a paint base. 
Black Oxide Coating Service In Toronto. 
Metal Coating Toronto, 

The coating is a dark aluminum-oxide layer that can adhere tightly to metal. This coating is used for a variety of practical and decorative purposes. 
Screws, nuts and bolts are often given a black oxide coating to increase their abrasion resistance and give them a darker appearance. 
Black oxide coating can be used to finish mechanical components because it provides a high temperature resistance and doesn't chip or flake easily. It also does not increase the thickness of the parts, allowing them to function properly 

Cadmium Plating Service In Toronto. 
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Cadmium plating is still widely used in some applications such as aerospace fasteners and it remains in military and aviation specs.Cadmium plating (or "cad plating") offers a long list of technical advantages such as excellent corrosion resistance even at relatively low thickness and in salt atmospheres, softness and malleability, freedom from sticky and/or bulky corrosion products, galvanic compatibility with aluminum, freedom from stick-slip thus allowing reliable torquing of plated threads, can be dyed to many colors and clear, has good lubricity and solderability, and works well either as a final finish or as a paint base.[2][4] If environmental concerns matter, in most aspects cadmium plating can be directly replaced with gold plating as it shares most of the material properties - gold is more expensive and cannot serve as a paint base. 
Phosphate coating Service In Toronto. 
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Are often used to provide corrosion resistance, however, phosphate coatings on their own do not provide this because the coating is porous. Therefore, oil or other sealers are used to achieve corrosion resistance. This coating is called a phosphate and oil (P&O) coating. Zinc and manganese coatings are used to help break in components subject to wear and help prevent galling. 

Most phosphate coatings serve as a surface preparation for further coating and/or painting, a function it performs effectively with excellent adhesion and electric isolation. The porosity allows the additional materials to seep into the phosphate coating and become mechanically interlocked after drying. The dielectric nature will electrically isolate anodic and cathodic areas on the surface of the part, minimizing underfilm corrosion that sometimes occurs at the interface of the paint/coating and the substrate. 

Electroless Nickel Plating Service In Toronto. 
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Electroless nickel plating is an auto-catalytic reaction used to deposit a coating of nickel on a substrate. Unlike electroplating, it is not necessary to pass an electric current through the solution to form a deposit. This plating technique is to prevent corrosion and wear. EN techniques can also be used to manufacture composite coatings by suspending powder in the bath. 

Electroless nickel plating has several advantages versus electroplating. Free from flux-density and power supply issues, it provides an even deposit regardless of workpiece geometry, and with the proper pre-plate catalyst, can deposit on non-conductive surfaces. 

Bright Dip On Brass Service In Toronto. 
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Brass Bright Dipping is a two step immersion process used to remove surface corrosion or tarnishing from solid brass parts. The process is often used as a pretreatment to painting or followed by a clear coat in order to prevent future tarnishing. 

The brass parts must first be thoroughly cleaned to remove all surface oils and grime that are present. Any oil present will cause the bright dipping process to be uneven. 
The second step of the process involves a very strong acid dip to remove the corrosion and brighten the brass. The timing of this step is critical as too little will result in an uneven finish and too much will result in removal of too much brass metal from the parts. 

Nickel Plating Service In Toronto. 
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Nickel electroplating is a technique of electroplating a thin layer of nickel onto a metal object. The nickel layer can be decorative, provide corrosion resistance, wear resistance, or used to build-up worn or undersized parts for salvage purposes.

Tin Plating Service In Toronto. 
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The tin-plating process is used extensively to protect both ferrous and nonferrous surfaces. Tin is a useful metal for the food processing industry since it is non-toxic, ductile and corrosion resistant. The excellent ductility of tin allows a tin coated base metal sheet to be formed into a variety of shapes without damage to the surface tin layer. It provides sacrificial protection for copper, nickel and other non-ferrous metals, but not for steel. 

Tin is also widely used in the electronics industry because of its ability to protect the base metal from oxidation thus preserving its solderability. Chromate conversion coating is a type of conversion coating used to passivate aluminum, zinc, cadmium, copper, silver, magnesium, and tin alloys. It is primarily used as a corrosion inhibitor, primer, decorative finish, or to retain electrical conductivity. The process is named after the chromate found in the chromic acid used in the bath, more commonly known as hexavalent chromium. This type of bath is still the most widely used, however hexavalent chromium is toxic and, thus, highly regulated,so new non-hexavalent chromium based processes are becoming commercially available. 

Electroless Nickel Plating In Toronto.
(EN Plating)

Definition - What does Electroless Nickel Plating (EN Plating) mean?

Electroless nickel (EN) plating is an auto-catalytic reaction used to deposit a coating of nickel on a substrate such as metal or plastic. It provides wear resistance, hardness and corrosion protection of the substrate. It is also commonly used as a coating in electronics printed circuit board manufacturing, typically with an overlay of gold to prevent corrosion.

EN techniques can also be used to manufacture composite coatings by suspending powder in the bath. 


Electroless Nickel Plating Toronto.

Electroless nickel plating service in Toronto,Ontario. Our E.N. is a chemical reduction method which depends upon the catalytic reduction technique of nickel ions in an aqueous solution and the subsequent deposition of nickel metal on the substrate without the use of electrical energy. 

Electroless Nickel Plating Toronto.

Electroless nickel plating service in Toronto,Ontario. Our E.N. is a chemical reduction method which depends upon the catalytic reduction technique of nickel ions in an aqueous solution and the subsequent deposition of nickel metal on the substrate without the use of electrical energy. 

This electroless process greatly improves the object's resistance to galling and leaves a predictable, uniform nickel coating for high-precision parts, which can be applied to both ferrous and non-ferrous surfaces of any geometry. Electroless nickel coating is often less porous than electroplated nickel and hard chrome, providing barrier corrosion protection to steel, and can also be applied with little or no compressive stress, making it gentle in application.

This process provides a large flexibility of thickness and volume of the plating on metal surfaces, and can easily fill recesses or pits in the metal surface, resulting in a uniform surface finish. This also allows for a wider variety of industrial parts to be plated.


Oil field valves
Pumps
Drive shafts
Electrical/mechanical tools
Engineering equipment

The most common variants of electroless nickel plating are:

Composite electroless nickel, in which silicon carbide (SiC) particles are co-deposited with the nickel to enhance its strength and wear resistance
Duplex electroless nickel, where an undercoat containing 14% phosphorus is used with a top coat of 5% phosphorus

Electroless nickel plating service in Toronto has several advantages over electroplating. Free from flux-density and power supply issues, it provides an even deposit regardless of workpiece geometry, and with the proper pre-plate catalyst, can deposit on non-conductive surfaces.

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Established in 1967, M&M PLATING TORONTO INC. Inc. is a proven supplier of Electroless Nickel Plating Service In Toronto.
Our 48 years of experience in Electroless Nickel Plating Here In Toronto has been around since the late 60's Our team is comprised of The Top Electroless Nickel Plating Specialist in Toronto. We have over 48 years of experience in Electroless Nickel Plating , Anodizing and Black Oxide coating in Toronto.
Our customers come from diverse industries, including aerospace , nuclear and military plating service in Toronto. We also serve a number of international companies with extensive Electroless Nickel Plating Services In Toronto,Ontario.
We consistently offer top-quality plating services Here in Toronto, Our plating products and exemplary services has been a staple in Toronto for almost 50 years. Our 40 man team performs, monitors and controls all aspects of the plating many finishes here in Toronto.

This approach sets us apart and produces the highest quality results in the Plating Industry in Toronto.

ELECTROLESS NICKEL PLATING TORONTO.

The main advantage of electroless nickel plating in our plant in Toronto is over other electrolytic plating processes is uniformity of thickness of plating deposit.
Our EN plating services in Toronto is a process that is independent of electric current, which is why this process doesn't depend from the throwing power of plating solution. The result is uniformity in thickness of plating deposit along the entire surface of the element, independent of element's shape. This is the main advantage of our EN plating service in Toronto.
Other important advantages of our Electroless Nickel Plating in Toronto over other types of plating processes are excellent corrosion resistance, solderability, increased hardness and exceptional wear resistance. Generally, these and other qualities give big advantage to our Electroless Nickel Plating service in Toronto vs. other types of plating, and thus the name "Engineered Plating" for Electroless Nickel Plating services In Toronto.
We are equipped to meet your Electroless Nickel Plating Service requirements In Toronto.


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MM PLATING TORONTO INC. is a nationally recognized source for Hard Chrome, Cadmium, Copper, Electrolytic and Electroless Nickel Plating Toronto, Tin Plating Toronto, Chromic Anodize, Sulphuric Anodize, Hard Anodize with Blue, Red, Black, Yellow, colors, Zinc, Zinc- Nickel plating on a variety of base materials, including zinc die cast and stainless steel, Manganeeze Phosphate and many other processes. These processes qualify MM PLATING TORONTO INC. to meet unique customer requirements. is a nationally recognized source for Hard Chrome, Cadmium, Copper, Electrolytic and Electroless Nickel, Tin, Chromic Anodize, Sulphuric Anodize, Hard Anodize with Blue, Red, Black, Yellow, colors, Zinc, Zinc- Nickel plating on a variety of base materials, including zinc die cast and stainless steel, Manganese Phosphate and many other processes. These processes qualify M&M PLATING TORONTO INC. to meet unique customer requirements. 


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Hard chrome plating offers increased life and superior resistance to wear, friction and corrosion because of its excellent lubricity properties. Typically used as an industrial process, hard chrome is an electrolytic plating process used to deposit chrome onto alloys. Hard chrome can either be deposited as a finished product to print, or part of a repair to be ground to a finished size. 

Hydraulics, molds, valves, bearings, pumps, cylinders and moving parts found in OEM equipment manufacturing and production use hard chrome to repair, retrofit and extend equipment life. The aircraft, medical, mining, agricultural and chemical industries rely on hard chrome to maximize their investments. 

Electroless Nickel is a high corrosion resistance process designed to produce semi-bright deposits for engineering applications where uniformity of coating is important. Additional functions include rust prevention, electrical contact and decorative looks. This process features excellent stability and produces nickel deposits which are smooth with no buildup on the edges or ends. Suitable for use on many different substrates including steel, stainless steel, cast iron, copper and copper alloys, titanium, beryllium, nickel alloys and aluminum. 

The Electroless Nickel process is most often used with complex shapes and large size components. 
Sulfamate nickel is an extremely useful plating that possesses many beneficial properties. Deposited electrolitically,sulfamate nickel is a uniform dense coating of pure nickel. It provides excellent corrosion resistance, high ductility and strength, and good thermal and electrical conductivity. It can be plated on a wide variety of substrates including chilled irons, various steel alloys, stainless steels, aluminum alloys, copper and brass. 

Sulfamate nickel is used in engineering applications as a low cost, machinable build-up coating for size restoration resurfacing defective shells. It is also used as a sealer coating in the Chemical and Food processing industries to prevent iron or other metal contamination. 

Black Oxide provides enhanced corrosion protection and aesthetic appeal. It is a chemical process used as a rust inhibitor with steel, 

stainless steel, iron, copper and brass. There is no increase in dimensions during application and the result is a nice, dark black finish. 

Type I Chromic Anodizing Film produced is solid, thinner (0.02-0.05 MIL), darker in color, and is harder than sulfuric acid films
of the same thickness. 50% penetration in the substrate / 50% growth over original dimension of part Favored if there is a possibility of solution entrapment in joints, recesses, and/or weldments. 
Chromic Acid leaves no corrosive residue 
Type II Sulphuric Anodizing Favored for applications where hardness & resistance to erosion is required 

Film produced are of greater thickness (0.1-1.0 MIL) 
67% penetration in substrate / 33% growth over original dimension of parts 
Its permeable nature prior to sealing is used in the production of color surface finishes on aluminum & its alloys. 
Porous aluminum oxide absorbs dyes well & sealing helps prevent color loss in service, although color-fast, they tend to bleach under continued direct sunlight. 

Colors offered are: Black , Red , Blue , Green, Yellow (Gold) 
Type III Hard-anodizing is used for technical purposes: against corrosion and wear, for electrical insulation, and, by impregnating the surfaces with teflon particles, for achieving low friction. This oxide coating can be harder than case hardened steel and provide excellent abrasion resistance; it is protective to the aluminum part and can be very durable. 
The thickness of the hard anodize piece can be very closely controlled and be applied to a wide variety of parts to suit applications from many industries. Secondary treatments such as colored dyes are available. 

Tin Plating Provides: Bright Tin plating gives a bright 'white' metallic finish with excellent conductivity, and its main use is in the electrical sector. It's other key properties are that is it solderable, ductile, and has a natural lubricity. It is also non-toxic which makes it suitable for human contact and food industry applications. 

Zinc-Nickel Alloy Plating 

High corrosion protection without topcoats or organic finishes makes it ideal for parts where thread and recess fill are a concern. Around four times the hardness and therefore wear resistance of standard Zinc plating. 
Many of these features make Zinc-Nickel and environmentally friendly alternative for Cadmium Plating. 
Cadmium plating Provides Superior Corrosion Resistance -- protects the base metal for over 1000 hours to red rust. 
Withstands High Temperatures -- can be used for automotive components that are exposed to higher temperatures 
Economical -- provides much better corrosion resistance for any steel part intended for exterior use than comparably-priced conventional zinc. 

Zinc electroplating is a soft, ductile, decorative, corrosion-resistant finish. Unlike most other commonly plated metals, zinc protects the substrate. The protection is accomplished by sacrificing itself. The zinc corrodes before the base metal thereby protecting the base metal. For additional corrosion protection, chromates are applied over the zinc. Chromates used in the zinc electroplating process become a component of the coating. Chromate films are typically very thin, and the chromate coating provides no measurable thickness to the overall coating. 
Passivation is the chemical treatment of a stainless steel surface with a mild oxidant such as a nitric acid or citric acid solution. This is typically done to remove any foreign material from the surface of the metal which enhances the corrosion resistance of the stainless steel surface and accelerates the re-formation of the passive layer. 

Used with orthodontic, orthopedic and surgical equipment as well as by industrial, marine and aircraft manufacturers. Additional passivation applications include high purity water storage tanks, manifolds and pipe spools. 
Pickling (Chemical Descaling) is typically used to remove oxide layers resulting from welding, heat-treating, and other high temperature operations. All of these oxide layers are generally referred to as "scale" and must be removed prior to Electropolishing or Passivating. Pickling is sometimes referred to as "Acid Washing" or "White Acid Pickling". 

ELECTROLESS NICKEL PLATING SERVICE IN TORONTO.



Electroless nickel plating, also known as enickel and NiP, offers many advantages - uniform layer thickness over most complicated surfaces - direct plating of ferrous metals (steel)and superior wear and corrosion resistance to electroplated nickel or chrome. Much of the chrome plating done in aerospace industry can be replaced with electroless nickel plating, again environmental costs, costs of hexavalent chromium waste disposal and notorious tendency of uneven current distribution favour electroless nickel plating. Electroless nickel plating is self-catalyzing process, the resultant nickel layer is NiP compound, with 7--11% phosphorus content. Properties of the resultant layer hardness and wear resistance are greatly altered with bath composition and deposition temperature, which should be regulated with 1 °C precision, typically at 91 °C. During bath circulation, any particles in it will 


become also nickel plated, this effect is used to advantage in processes which deposit plating with particles like silicon carbide (SiC) or polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE). While superior compared to many other plating processes, it is expensive because the process is complex. Moreover, the process is lengthy even for thin layers. When only corrosion resistance or surface treatment is of concern, very strict bath composition and temperature control is not required and the process is used for plating many tons in one bath at once. Electroless nickel plating layers are known to provide extreme surface adhesion when plated properly. Electroless nickel plating is non-magnetic and amorphous. Electroless nickel plating layers are not easily solderable, nor do they seize with other metals or another electroless nickel plated workpiece under pressure. This effect benefits electroless nickel plated screws made out of malleable materials like titanium. Electrical resistance is higher compared to pure metal plating.

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Electroless nickel is a unique coating that does not require an external source of electrons as supplied in a traditional electrolytic plating cell. Rather, electroless nickel is an amorphous nickel-phosphorous alloy deposited by a chemical reduction (reaction) from hypophosphite on a catalytic substrate without the application of external current. Since an applied current is not used in depositing electroless nickel, it is free from the common nonuniformity of traditional electrolytic deposits.

The excellent deposit uniformity of electroless nickel allows plating of various coating thicknesses on any area of a part that is wetted by the solution including blind holes and the inner diameters of tubing or fittings. The phosphorous content in the coating affects the properties of the deposit. In addition, post-plate baking at high temperatures can transition the deposit from an amorphous to crystalline structure greatly increasing hardness.


ELECTROLESS NICKEL Plating Toronto (EN)

Electroless Nickel Plating Toronto,describes plating of a Nickel/Phosphorus coating onto a suitable substrate by chemical reduction. Unlike electroplated coatings, electroless nickel is an auto catalytic process where the coating is deposited onto a part's surface by reducing nickel ions to metallic nickel with sodium hypo-phosphite. This chemical process avoids many of the problems associated with most metallic coatings and provides deposits with many unique characteristics.
As with all our coating and plating processes, we are capable of servicing a wide variety of part size ranges, up to 39 inches in diameter. This includes barrel plating as well as rack/wiring with or without masking.
Why use electroless nickel?



ELECTROLESS NICKEL Plating Toronto (EN) PROPERTIES

Electroless Nickel coatings are uniform, hard, relatively brittle, lubrious, easily solderable, and highly corrosion resistant.
High Phosphorus: 10-12% (weight %) content

This coating provides maximum corrosion resistance. High phosphorus electroless nickel is standard in industries that require resistance to strongly acidic corrosive environments. It has a low degree of solderability, which makes it a desirable finish for electronics such as connector housings and semiconductor packaging.


Semi-Bright Medium Phosphorus: 7-9% (weight %) content.

This coating has very similar properties to medium phosphorus electroless nickel. It is primarily used for electronic applications due to its excellent solderability properties, as well as an underlayer for silver and gold plating. Its characteristics include:
•High hardness;
•Excellent solderability;
•Electrical resistivity;
•Good corrosion protection; and
•Compliance with MIL-C-24074C specification requirements.

Lead and Cadmium-Free Phosphorus: 5-8% (weight %) content

A lead and cadmium-free electroless nickel coating with the following characteristics:
•A melting range of 96o-1200o Celsius;
•56 RCH as plated;
•69 RCH post heat treatment;
•Magnetic properties; and
•Compliance with End-of-Vehicle Life Act, ASTM B733 and AMS 2404 D specification requirements.

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Electroless Nickel Plating Service In Toronto : 

Electroless Nickel Plating Toronto, metal plating Toronto, can be expensive and hard to find, that is why M&M PLATING TORONTO INC. applies its mission of impeccable service to this difficult market. Leave it to the leaders in electroplating and electroless Nickel Plating Toronto, Metal Plating Toronto - M&M PLATING TORONTO INC. Plating. Whether it's copper plating in Toronto we have the right metal plating Toronto process to meet your needs. We also give you options and technology in electroless Nickel Plating Service In Toronto. Metal plating techniques from a company whose quality, service and process meet the toughest standards. That's why it pays to use a reliable company like M&M Plating Toronto Inc. when the right electroless nickel platingToronto, metal plating Toronto, is critical to the success of your project. Electroless Nickel Plating Toronto: Metal Plating Toronto to fit any 


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