Metal Finishing benefits of metal finishing
Annealing – Also known as heat treating, this process reduces metal hardness, enhances ductility, and improves machinability.
Anodizing – An electrochemical process that passivates a metal surface by creating a corrosion-resistant oxide finish, this method can also be integrated with various colors for decorative purposes.
- Anodiesd Aluminium
- Anodiesd Steel
Deburring – Using grinding, tumbling, and vibratory deburring techniques to remove rough or jagged edges produced during manufacturing, deburring is typically employed to enhance metal appearance and improve dimensional tolerances.
Electropolishing – This electrochemical process removes unwanted material from a metal workpiece. Ideal for making a metal surface featureless, electropolishing can be used as an alternative to traditional mechanical methods such as grinding, milling, blasting, and buffing.
Laser marking/engraving – Utilizing cutting-edge laser technology, laser marking produces precise and high-quality engraving (lettering or patterns) on a variety of metal or alloy surfaces.
Plating – Metal plating applies a thin layer of metallic coating on a metal surface to improve specific properties such as its corrosion resistance, appearance, strength, and conductivity.
- Zinc Plating
- Nickel Plating
Coating – Offering several traditional coating services including powder, phosphate, epoxy, and Teflon coating, Tenral can also apply customized surface coatings in accordance with customer requirements.
- Powder Coated Aluminium
- Powder Coated Steel
- Powder Coated Stainless Steel
Brushing – In metal pressure processing. Under the action of external force, the metal is forced through the die, the metal cross-sectional area is compressed, and the technical processing method of obtaining the required shape and size of the cross-sectional area is called metal drawing process. It changes its shape and size. The tool is called a drawing die.
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