Nickel Plating

Heavy nickel deposits enable the reclamation of damaged, worn or incorrectly machined engineering components and impart chemical and high temperature resistance.

Nickel also forms an excellent seating for static fit bearings and eliminates fret corrosion while offering better performance than the original steel.

It may be used as a corrosion barrier beneath hard chrome deposits on components such as laminator cooling rolls, conductor rolls and duct rolls to prevent attacks on the base materials through the micro-porous structure of the chromium. BEP can also nickel plate rolls with a softer more ductile grade specifically formulated for the machine engraving industry. After engraving and chrome plating, these rolls are often used to apply chemically aggressive coatings onto packaging film.

All our nickel deposits can be turned and ground to customer specifications in our well equipped machine shop.