Brush plating, also known as "selective plating," is an electrochemical process. It is used to electroplate and anodize localized areas on OEM components, as well as parts that need coatings for repair and dimensional restoration. We offer various specifications, including MIL-STD-865.
At H&W Global, we can apply zinc, nickel, silver, copper, or tin during this process. The chosen material is brush applied at various thicknesses, based on customer requirements. Brush plating is typically applied to a localized area on a large piece of equipment that cannot be disassembled or would require extensive masking.
Because brush plating is very flexible and versatile, and minimal heat is involved in the process, it is often a cost-effective solution. We conduct careful testing as required in the specification. Our proven process-control inspections ensure the high level of consistent quality our customers expect from H&W Global
Allow us to help with your brush plating needs. Contact us today via our contact form or call 724.459.5316.