True chrome plating requires several steps. The options would be a customer who currently has painted, machined, or polished wheels and would like to get them plated. The plating process continues with a chemical etching, Copper plating, buffing, bright nickel application, chrome solution, and final rinse. This process can take several days to complete.
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Traditional FIVE Plate Black Chrome Plating
Black Chrome Plating is the same process as Chrome Plating. The only difference comes with the tinting to obtain the smoke coloring. Black Chrome can take a little longer than traditional chrome plating.
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PowderCoated Effect Chrome
This process is an great alternative to traditional chrome plating and carries a 3year warranty against manufacture defects under normal operating conditions. Approximate time until customer return 3weeks.
4 Step Process
- First a primer powder coat is applied.
- Second a leveling powder base coat layer is applied to reduce or remove any imperfections in the wheel prior to applying the metal layer.
- The wheel is coated with a chromium alloy which is applied utilizing Particle Vapor Deposition in new state-of-the-art chambers that have been specially built for coating alloy wheels. Our single metal application ensures consistency in color part after part.
- Finally, a powder clear coat is applied to protect and seal the finish.