The process of chemical plating or mirror surface, also called catalytic or chemical chromate treatment, based on the chemical reduction of silver metal. For the mirror metallization process using spray equipment META-CHROME and specially designed chemical. reagents enabling to apply bright shiny metallic coatings on any complex shaped products made from a variety of synthetic or natural materials, and have virtually any dimensions.
Obtained by chemical metallization "chrome" or "golden" mirror metal coating, visually virtually no different from those shiny metallic coatings produced by electrodeposition. Thus, any material can be metalized, metals, dielectrics, and then applying a protective lacquer coating metal mirror not fade not passivated outdoors and not corrode during operation. The use of the process of soil binder and a protective varnish with the inclusion of plasticizing additives, allows to attach the mirror metal coating high elasticity and apply technology for products that undergo constant mechanical deformations, such as leather, fabric, shoes, etc.
The use of protective lacquer with the addition of pigments, light transmitting, mixed in certain proportions, lets give the metallized surface appearance of chromium, gold 24Kt, "lemon" gold 16Kt, "pink" gold 14Kt, copper, bronze, aluminum and some others.
Chem. reagents used for the mirror metallization process not contain corrosive substances, carcinogenic and explosive components complexes based on the "detonating" of silver. Unlike many electrochemical deposition processes, chemical wastes. reagents obtained after the chemical plating process does not contain "heavy" metals and is easily converted into harmless compounds and recycled.Application: tuning cars and motorcycles, finishing marine boats, restoration of worn chrome coatings on the retro cars, outdoor advertising products, logos and trademarks, luxury furniture, designer goods, architectural and sculptural workshops, souvenir products, sanitary ware, church decorations and more.Photo Gallery