Bathroom ironware products refer to various accessories installed in the bathroom, such as metal products for hanging, placing towels and other items. They are generally divided into three components, namely base (fixed parts), connecting parts, and functional parts. Bathroom Ironware electroplating is the main process for bathroom hardware. Common platings include copper plating, nickel plating, chromium plating, etc. For products, coating quality is crucial, as it is related to product service life, smoothness, and wear resistance.
Ironware refers to products made of gold, silver, copper, iron, tin and other metals through processing and casting. The plating process is widely used in ironware to improve the corrosion resistance, wear resistance and appearance quality of the product and functionality.
Different types of plating can provide different characteristics and performance for ironware appliances. Common ones are: zinc plating, copper plating, nickel plating, gold plating, silver plating, tin plating, rhodium plating, palladium plating and alloy plating. Different industries and standards may have different requirements for the coating thickness of ironware appliances. Coating analyzers can help manufacturers ensure the quality of coatings to provide reliable products and meet customer needs.
Fasteners and general small parts are very widely used mechanical basic parts. They have a wide variety of specifications, different performances and uses, standardization, serialization, and a high degree of generalization. In order to improve the corrosion resistance of fasteners/small parts and take into account the beautiful appearance, the fasteners are usually surface treated. Common surface treatments include galvanizing, zinc-nickel and Dacromet.
In fastener and small parts manufacturing, the thickness of the coating directly affects its corrosion resistance, wear resistance and performance. Coating analyzers can be used for quality control to ensure that the coating thickness of each part is within specified limits, thereby maintaining product consistency and quality.