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ATF provides zinc electroplating to aerospace, medical, military & defense and the transportation industries.

Zinc electroplating is the traditional plating used for industrial corrosion protection. The process works by depositing a thin layer of zinc onto a metal component. A bond forms that creates a protective zinc-metal alloy between the materials. The outer surface of the zinc coating corrodes to form zinc oxide, which provides an additional physical barrier against air and water to protect against rust. Zinc electroplating is used extensively for small parts such as screws, bolts and other fasteners.


  • Very high corrosion resistance
  • Smooth surface
  • Reduces wear
  • Excellent coverage

Certification to a variety of specifications, including:

  • ASTM-B-633
  • QQ-Z-325

ATF Services

  • Rack plating
  • Baking for hydrogen embrittlement relief (required on parts hardened to greater than 35 Rc)
  • Selective masking
  • Hexavalent and RoHS compliant trivalent chromates available in variety of colors
  • In-house salt spray testing
  • In-house surface prep
  • In-house NDT testing
  • Normal turn time is three to five working days (without masking)
  • Masking may increase turn time
  • Expediting available when possible for an additional fee