brush plating

brush plating

[′brəsh ‚plād·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Electroplating in which the anode with the solution is in the form of a brush or pad; used for plating equipment too large to be immersed.
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Caption: Caswell Brush Plating Kits beautify trigger-guards and backstraps easily (above), but it's a stretch to finish an entire gun.
Mention "brush plating" and it conjures up images of a primitive process using plating solution taken from a tank and applied using a powerpack attached to a swab.
Many important aerospace companies have approved Dalic brush plating including Airbus, BAE Systems, Boeing, Agusta-Westland, Dassault, Embraer, SAFRAN and UTC.
Whilst damage from wear, corrosion or mis-machining can be repaired using selective, brush plating, the SIFCO Process should not just be considered for repair or salvage.
Selective brush plating has dramatically evolved from its origins of touching up existing plating jobs, and is now considered an overarching term describing a highly technical process used for repairing or improving the surface properties in an array of circumstances.
Engold 2010 is installed in many plants selectively plating connectors including dip selective, jetplating, brush plating, vibrataory, vat and barrel techniques.