Mirror Finish Electro Plating Gold Wall Art for Wall Decoration
This is a stainless steel electroplated mirror ornament, so what is electroplating?
Some people call stainless steel vacuum ion plating called stainless steel electroplating, and some people call stainless steel water plating called stainless steel electroplating. Stainless steel vacuum ion plating is a method of forming a metal film on the plastic surface by heating it under high vacuum conditions to make it melt and evaporate, and cool it down. The stainless steel water plating is to attach a colored film to the surface of the material by electrolysis. Compared with the two, vacuum ion coating is more environmentally friendly, has a longer service life, and has a brighter color! In people's habitual conversations about electroplating technology, in electrochemical experiments, stainless steel is always described as a "difficult substrate", but in actual production, stainless steel electroplating is not difficult. For example, for copper plating and titanium plating on stainless steel, a very thin nickel layer must be pre-plated first, and any subsequent plating layer will be firm. Of course, the surface treatment before electroplating is very important, and this item is often not taken seriously by many electroplating workers. Electroplating is a technology that integrates multiple processes, and every link is sloppy. It is an important indicator of the final electroplating quality. In addition to the above, it is related to the ratio, liquid temperature, time, and post-treatment.