Plating Products

Precision Plating

Also known as electrolytic plating, this plating method requires electricity to make the process occur. There is a positive and negative charge. The positive is called the anode and the negative is the cathode. The part to be plated gets the negative charge so it becomes the cathode. The anode is made of conductive metal and becomes the source of the positive charge. Chemicals solutions are used as the medium in which the current transfers. When the plating process occurs, the negative and positive ions will transfer in the solution causing a metal to reduce onto the base metal of the part being plated.

We are able to comply with the following specifications / standards :-

Process MIL Spec ASTM Spec
Passivation QQ-P-35C A967/A967M
Chemical Conversion Coatings On Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys MIL-C-5541E B449-93
Copper Plating MIL-C-14550B B734-97
Electroless Nickel MIL-C-26074D B733
Gold Plating MIL-DTL-45204D B488-11
Nickel Plating QQ-N-290A B689-97
Tin Plating MIL-T-10727C B579-73
Silver Plating QQ-S-365C B700-08

Testing and Inspection Machines

AAS Machine
Salt Spray Tester
X-Ray Machine (Model: XRF 2000PCB)
X-Ray Machine (Model : XRF 2000H)

Electroless Plating

Electroless plating involves a chemical reduction reaction where the reduced metal is the catalyst for the reaction. This gives the process engineer the ability to uniformly deposit metals without the application of external electrical energy.

Versatility is the key to our engineered electroless nickel plating processes. Depending on performance needs, deposits can include combinations of hardness, wear, various plating abrasion and corrosion resistance, lubricity, solderability, high-temperature performance, Protection and Resistance from various chemicals.

The customer provides the specifications and we deliver the finished product - On -Time, Economically, and with exacting precision.

Chromating or chromate conversion coatings, are extremely thin chemical coatings that result in several desirable characteristics on the surface of an aluminium part such as:

  • - Enhanced corrosion resistance
  • - Enhanced bonding ability
  • - Electrically conductive

Our passivation process removes "free iron" contamination left behind on the surface of material like stainless steel. These contaminants are potential corrosion sites that result in premature corrosion and ultimately result in deterioration of the component if not removed. In addition, the passivation process facilitates the formation of a thin, transparent oxide film that protects the stainless steel from selective oxidation (corrosion).

An in-depth knowledge on the types of materials and the passivation processes are crucial in achieving the desired results. At MS Progress, we have the Technology and Process Know-how in producing high quality finishes.

Plating Facilities

New Line
Inspection Area
Mini Laboratory
Waste Water Treatment Plant
DI System