Able Electropolishing continues to add to its list of specialty alloys that we can electropolish. Due to our in-house blending of electrolytes, we are now capable of electropolishing titanium, Nitinol, and several other specialty alloys. Our proprietary reverse plating process offers solutions to a variety of metal surface problems. Brighten, deburr, improve surface finish, size and passivate your parts all in one operation.
Able is the largest electropolishing specialist in the world. Founded by Zenon Pokvitis in 1954, Able has grown into a 150 employee company with more than 1,200 customers internationally. Able provides electropolishing, passivating, and degreasing to a wide range of industries including aerospace, semiconductor, medical, dental. In addition, we offer finished packaging options which now include nitrogen purged/vacuum sealed bags.
Please contact our sales department at email@example.com or call us at 773-277-1600 to discuss your application and to receive a quotation. Want to evaluate our process on your part? Submit your samples with our transmittal form and your contact information and we will show you how your part can benefit from our unique process.
Additionally, because many of these parts are used in specialized industries, critical assemblies especially of dissimilar metals require close examination. We can provide guidance on assuring the integrity of fitted components if you provide a sample part or blueprint.
The ABLE process offers a wide range of alloys and pure metals for electropolishing. We excel at electropolishing Nitinol, titanium and other specialty alloys. ABLE is America’s largest electropolishing specialist, employing over 150 people on three shifts, allowing the fastest possible turnaround time for your part. Literally thousands of companies in every industry worldwide employ ABLE technology in their metal parts.
Read our guide to understand why so many of the world’s best-known manufacturers, including Boeing, SpaceX, Tesla, and Volvo, trust Able to electropolish their metal parts.
From unexpected costs to regulatory compliance and safety hazards, in-house electropolishing can pose significant challenges and risks.
Electropolishing is used to improve surface finish and enhance corrosion resistance, enabling critical metal parts to perform better and last longer.
When a marine and rescue hardware manufacturer started developing parts for rescue harnesses in 2018, they knew they needed to find a metal finishing partner with uncompromising standards and no tolerance for error: lives, literally, hang on the line.