Ruisite Electroplating Equipment is suitable for the electroplating treatment of workpieces of different specifications, covering processes such as galvanizing, copper plating, nickel plating, chromium plating, tin plating, gold plating, silver plating, and more. It achieves uniform, durable, and aesthetically pleasing metal coatings on the surfaces of materials like metal or plastic, thereby altering the surface properties or dimensions of the workpiece. These coatings can enhance corrosion resistance, increase hardness, wear resistance, conductivity, smoothness, heat resistance, and surface aesthetics.
Based on the electroplating method, plating line can mainly be divided into rack plating, barrel plating, electroless plating/chemical plating, continuous plating, and annular vertical plating, among others.
Our company customizes equipment according to various factors such as the customer's production rhythm, capacity, and plating requirements. Plating production lines can be fully automatic, semi-automatic, or manually operated. Multiple sets of programs are integrated into the main electrical cabinet with a touchscreen, catering to specific operational needs as per customer requirements.
We provide turnkey projects, encompassing services from research, design, production, installation, commissioning, trial operation, on-site training or remote video guidance, to lifetime after-sales support, ensuring high-standard professional technical services. We not only manufacture high-end electroplating machine but are also renowned for our top-quality brand services.
Also known as zinc electroplating or zinc galvanization, this process entails applying a thin layer of zinc to the surface of a metal. The electroplating is achieved by immersing the metal part in a zinc solution and introducing an electrical current.
Tin plating is widely used for electroplating applications in a range of industries including electronics, aerospace, jewellery manufacture, but perhaps the most common application for tin plating solution is the tin cans that are widely used for storing food products.