Engineering Metal Finishing Solutions for Heavy Machinery
Chem Processing, Inc. finishes components critical to the heavy machinery industry... drivetrains for mining and construction vehicles to fasteners for armored trucks that protect troops...
From drivetrains for mining and construction vehicles to fasteners for armored trucks that protect troops, Chem Processing, Inc. finishes components critical to the heavy machinery industry. This equipment is routinely subjected to severe strains and harsh environments, and our experience and attention to quality ensure that your product performs properly in the field throughout its useful life.
Our engineering team can recommend what finishes will perform best when exposed to severe weather, hazardous chemicals, or extremes such as fire or radiation. We have experience handling this industry's most critical parts, so you can have peace of mind your order is handled with care from when it first enters our facility, through every stage of processing, inspection, to its final shipment.
We can apply multiple finishes to different sections of the same part, a common requirement for heavy machinery components. For example, a drive spline may require manganese phosphate, electroless nickel, and CARC paint. We are able to apply all of these finishes, simplifying your logistics and lowering the risk of costly damage to your high-value parts.
Other finishes for this industry include: silver plating for break-in purposes, hard chrome on gears, pistons and axles, zinc and zinc-nickel alloy plating on fasteners, and copper plating for selective heat treating of high-strength steels.
If you are refurbishing heavy machinery, we can apply finishes such as hard chrome plating or electroless nickel plating which will restore the dimensions of a part and allow for re-machining. Our extensive catalogue of specialized tooling enables us to plate hard chrome on even the most complex geometries. Our experience with plating on various steels and alloys ensure that our nickel plate adheres through machining and lasts in the field.
If you are involved in the production of components for the heavy machinery industry, contact a Chem Processing, Inc. technical representative to learn more about the plating, anodizing and coating services we offer.