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The Original Thin Dense Chrome
Since 1945

Pumps & Compressors

THIN DENSE CHROME PLATING FOR PUMPS AND COMPRESSORS

For protection against the most common forms of wear including corrosive, abrasive, and erosive wear, you should consider coating your critical pump, valve, and compressor surfaces with a protective Electrolizing® thin dense chrome coating.

Electrolizing® can engineer a unique chrome plating or coating solution to extend the life of your pumps and compressors.

USING THE ELECTROLIZING® COATING FOR CHROME PLATING ON PUMPS AND COMPRESSORS

What are the top reasons you should consider Electrolizing® for your pump and compressor chrome plating needs? Here are the benefits and advantages of applying a thin dense chrome coating from Electrolizing® in order to reduce maintenance costs and downtime for your process.

KEY BENEFITS

  • Improved hardness and wear resistance
  • Thin, precise deposits do not affect part tolerances, weight, or balance
  • Anti-galling
  • USDA-approved and FDA compliant for use with food applications
  • Extended product life with less downtime for maintenance and repair
  • Able to strip and re-plate indefinitely

ADD LASTING PROTECTION FROM CORROSION, ABRASION AND EROSION

Pump and compressor components experience extended wear life when coated with Electrolizing®. Whether they are made of cast iron or stainless steel, clearances are maintained and repairs can be made to a coated component without compromising the coating’s adhesion to the base metal.

COMMON APPLICATIONS

Here is a list of the most common applications of the Electrolizing® coating for pumps and compressors.

  • Housings
  • Rotors
  • End Plates
  • Ports
  • Bushings
  • Sleeves/Liners
  • Gears
  • Splines
  • Impellers
  • Elbows
  • Seals

CONTACT ELECTROLIZING TODAY

As you can see there are many advantages and reasons to invest in Electrolizing’s thin dense chrome plating or coating for pumps and compressors. Contact us today to discuss your needs in more detail.

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