Plating For Corrosion Resistance On Steel

What Are The Best Plating Processes For Corrosion Resistance For Steel?

Corrosion will jeopardize the integrity of components of aircrafts, vehicles, and many other all types of equipment. Paramount Metal Finishing provides metal plating solutions that improve the corrosion resistance of metal parts for the aerospace, military, medical as well as industrial and energy industries. The following brief guide offers the best plating solutions Paramount Metal Finishing offers for corrosion resistance to help you decide which type of plating may best fit your requirements.

Metal Plating For Corrosion Resistance On Steel

Electroless Nickel Ams 2404, Astm B733

Because it does not need electric current, electroless nickel plating takes less time than electroplating processes like hard chrome. This type of metal plating improves corrosion resistance by creating a thick, even coating of nickel onto a metal surface. EN can plate down deep recesses of complex shapes. The protective nickel coating has a high hardness and is able to fill any flaws, making it the best metal plating solution for worn or degraded metal parts. Another advantage of electroless nickel plating is that after the plating process is complete, the metal part is ready to go—there’s no need for further surface finishing, grinding, or machining, unlike with other metal finishes.

Manganese Phosphate Mil-dtl-16232 Type M

Manganese phosphate is the hardest type of phosphate coating, and it provides superior corrosion resistance for steel parts. Unlike other phosphate coatings, manganese phosphate can protect steel parts even after they are broken in. Manganese phosphate coatings absorb lubricants on steel surfaces to enhance corrosion resistance and prevent the galling of parts like bearings, bushings, and fasteners that are subject to wear.

Zinc Nickel AMS 2417, ASTM B841

Zinc platings alone have marginal corrosion resistance, but provide even better protection when alloyed with nickel. Zinc nickel plating protects steel, copper, and brass against high temperatures. It can also minimize galvanic corrosion caused by dissimilar metals. This type of metal plating is commonly used in the aerospace industry for landing gears, flap tracks, and other metal parts. It’s also used widely in the defense, automotive, heavy equipment, and agricultural machinery industries. Zinc nickel is a sacrificial coating and is an environmentally safe alternative to cadmium that offers equivalent and, in some cases, better corrosion resistance.

If you need the best metal plating solutions for corrosion resistance, contact PARAMOUNT METAL FINISHING in Linden, NJ.

Resist Corrosion With Paramount Metal Finishing! Plating Services For Steel In Nj

Paramount Metal Finishing is an integrated applicator of Nitric Passivation, Electroless Nickel, Manganese Phosphating, Zinc Nickel and offers many other finishes to ASTM, AMS and Military Specifications. We have capabilities to Plate, Anodize, Hard Coat Anodize, Sanchem, Conversion Coat, Paint, Powder Coat and Dry Film Lube in one location. Visit our website For an online quotation email us a drawing with RFQ details to or call us at 908-862-0772.

High Quality Military Metal Finishing

Businesses looking for military metal finishing can contact Paramount Metal Finishing. Paramount Metal Finishing has a reputation of having exensive knowledge of finishing munitions and is also RoHS compliant on zinc and zinc nickel plating. They also have a high production line which assures clients a high quality on all our products and services.

Military Metal Finishing

Metal FinishingParamount Metal Finishing offers military metal finishing with approved programs including:

  • 120mm tank ammo projectile components
  • 105mm projectile and shell casings
  • 30mm & 25mm medium caliber projectiles
  • mortar components
  • grenade components
  • .50 caliber components

Military metal finishing typically used for munitions include:

  • Painting MIL-L-11195 and MIL-DTL-11195
  • Anodizing MIL-A-8625 Type II
  • Hardcoat MIL-A-8625 Type III
  • Zinc ASTM-B633
  • Zinc phosphate TT-C-490
  • Manganese phosphate MIL-DTL-16232 Type M

Paramount Metal Finishing is a Certified ISO 9001:2015 Company

Many customers inquiring about military metal finishing are curious to know if Paramount Metal Finishing is a Certified ISO 9001:2015 company. They are and Paramount would like to share what that means for their clients.

In order to be a certified ISO 9001:2015 company, there are a few regulations required. The quality policy is a formal statement from management, which is understood and followed at all levels by each employee. Paramount makes decisions about the quality system based on recorded data and is regularly audited and evaluated for conformance and effectiveness.

Records show how and where raw materials and products were processed. This allows products and problems to be traced to the source.

Being a certified ISO 9001:2015 company means no bad products will ever be used and all processes are heavily documented and tracked. Paramount Metal Finishing wants their clients to be assured that they are getting the highest quality military metal finishing offered.

For more information on military metal finishing, please contact Paramount Metal Finishing at their website, or call them at 908.862.0772.