Anodizing

Aluminum Anodizing

Anodizing is an electrochemical process that converts the metal surface into a decorative, durable, corrosion-resistant, anodic oxide finish.

Electroplating

Electroplating

We provide multiple finishes including zinc, cadmium, nickel, electroless nickel, copper, bright tin and tin-zinc.

Special Process

Chromate Conversion Coating

Chromate conversion coatings on an aluminium substrate are known by the following terms: chemical film, yellow iridite, and the brand names Iridite and Alodine

Stainless Steel - Processes

Stainless Steel Passivation

Passivation removes small spots on the surface that may begin to rust because grain boundaries or embedded bits of foreign matter left behind by machining or grinding allow water molecules to oxidize some of the iron in those spots.

electropolished stainless steeljpg - Processes

Stainless Steel Electropolishing

Electropolishing removes iron from the surface and enhances the chromium/nickel content for the most superior form of passivation for stainless steel.

Black Oxide

Black Oxide

Black oxide or blackening is a conversion coating for ferrous materials, stainless steel, copper and copper based alloys, zinc, powdered metals, and silver solder. It is used to add mild corrosion resistance, for appearance and to minimize light reflection.

Special Process

Chromate Conversion Coating

Chromate conversion coatings on an aluminium substrate are known by the following terms: chemical film, yellow iridite, and the brand names Iridite and Alodine

Stainless Steel - Processes

Custom Masking

ElectroLab offers extensive, complex custom masking solutions. Masking is available for all anodizing and plating processes.