Nickel plating offers a shiny, hard finish for softer metal components and is used in a number of industries, from clothing to cabinet and door hardware. Nickel is a lustrous, silvery-white metal that offers many functional and decorative advantages. Types of nickel electroplating include sulfate — which is typically used to brighten the surface of a substrate — and sulfamate, which is used in applications where increased substrate strength and reduced stress are desired. Key nickel plating benefits include enhanced corrosion protection, greater wear resistance, and increased surface thickness. You’ll find nickel plating in specific manufacturing processes such as the production of electronic and computer parts and components, as well as various telecommunications industry applications. s.
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