Since 1954, Able Electropolishing has been providing metal finishing services to a variety of industries. Now our electropolishing service is suitable for a wider variety of alloys, providing a number of benefits that make parts last longer, perform better and maintain a clean, like-new appearance.
Metals Suitable for our Electropolishing Service
At Able Electropolishing, we offer our electropolishing service for a diverse range of common and specialty alloys. They include:
- All Stainless Steels
- Carbon Steels
- Copper Alloys
- Nickel Alloys
- Nitinol, Tungsten and other Specialty Alloys
Not sure if your specialty alloy is suitable for our electropolishing service? Contact Able today for more information about the metals we can treat and improve.
Comparison to Passivation
Electropolishing gives your part greater corrosion resistance, longevity and performance for a broader range of alloys than passivation can, as well as providing other benefits that passivation does not. These include:
- Eliminating weld and heat treat discoloration
Though passivation removes free iron and other contaminants from the surfaces of stainless steel parts, the process is not as versatile or as effective as electropolishing.
Industries That Rely On Our Electropolishing Service
Our electropolishing service is relied upon by a variety of industries, each of which requires electropolished parts for different reasons. They include professionals in industries like:
- Medical and dental — Electropolishing ensures that medical and dental instruments, as well as, implantable items, are clean, burr-free, corrosion-resistant and safe.
- Automotive and aerospace — Our electropolishing service is used to improve the finish and deburr gears, lead screws, injectors and rotors.
- Appliance — Metal parts that are used in appliances like refrigerators, ice machines and deep fryers look better and last longer after being electropolished.
- Pharmaceutical — Electropolishing is utilized for equipment used in the manufacturing and dispensing of medications to prevent corrosion and bacteria growth that could lead to contamination of their product.
These are a few examples of the many industries that use electropolishing so the parts they rely on perform properly, preventing unexpected part failures and costly complications.