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At Duro-Chrome, we pride ourselves in offering customers the latest advances in the industry. We will work with you to find the best surface treatment that will solve your friction, release, wear and corrosion issues and deliver high quality parts you need for optimal performance.

METAL PLATING COMPARISON CHART

wdt_IDCoatingSubstrateAttributesHardnessCorrosion Resistance
1 Duro-Chrome Ferrous and Non-ferrous Metals Abrasion Resistance, Low Coefficient of Friction, Very Low - Heavy Deposits 70-72 Rc Medium
2 Dia-Clust (Diamond Hard Chrome) Ferrous and Non-ferrous Metals Hardness, Abrasion Resistance, Low Coefficient of Friction, Thinner Application 85+ Rc Medium
3 Thin-dense Chrome Ferrous and Non-ferrous Metals Corrosion resistance, a micro-nodular surface texture, low coefficient of friction. 70-72 Rc Medium / High
4 Duro-Tuff (Lubricated Hard Chrome) Ferrous and Non-ferrous Metals Coefficient of Friction, Excellent Release Characteristics , Seals Off the Substrate of Chrome 70-72 Rc High
5 Electroless Nickel Ferrous and Non-ferrous Metals Excellent Corrosion Resistance, 100% Coverage, Deposits up to .003” 48-50 Rc can be harden with post bake to 60-65 Rc Very High
6 Electroless Nickel with Teflon Ferrous and Non-ferrous Metals Excellent Corrosion Resistance, 100% Coverage, Deposits up to .003”, Teflon in the Matrix of the Mix , Coefficient of Friction 48-50 Rc can be harden with post bake to 60-65 Rc Very High
7 Electroless Nickel with Silicon Carbide Ferrous and Non-ferrous Metals Excellent Corrosion Resistance, 100% Coverage, Deposits up to .003” when Silicon Carbide is in the matrix 65-70 Rc with a Post Bake Process Very High


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