Protective coatings for metals
Application of a zinc-based coating on a metal artefact, usually of steel, makes it possible to effectively counter the phenomenon of plating corrosion: through an electrochemical process, the less noble zinc protects steel, or iron, acting as a sacrificial anode in the electrochemical reaction. This process thus permits lengthening the service life of mechanical components subjected to heavy duty processing, or exposed to contact with harsh chemicals.
Treatments with 99% pure zinc
Zincoplating is specialised in particular in zinc electroplating, an alkaline process that obtain a perfect, uniform coating of surfaces, with maximum adhesion and low thickness. The treatment is based on the application of cyanide-free zinc alkaline, free of potentially harmful chemicals for health. Excellent performance is guaranteed by the use of 99.9% pure zinc, with the addition of chromic passivation trivalent. Available in the variants iridescent, white or black. For more information on the processes used, write to us using the form on this page, call us at +39 011 6814947, or come and visit us directly at our factory in Via Vittime del Vajont 17/19, in the Vadò Industrial Zone, south of Moncalieri, near Trofarello.
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