Electropolishing Service for Indiana

Electropolishing Service for Fort Wayne

Electropolishing Example: Raw, Passivated & Electropolished

Electropolished Metal Parts
Why do companies in Fort Wayne, from coast-to-coast and around the world ship their critical metal parts to Able Electropolishing’s state-of-the-art facility in Chicago for microfinishing improvement?

Because Able is the largest electropolisher in the world, supporting more metal alloys than any other company. Our 45,000 square foot facility in Chicago with 37 production lines is manned by 220 employees and 15 robots, working 24 hours a day, 5 days a week.

Able Electropolishing is ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 certified and can handle production runs from 1 to 1 million parts. Custom tooling, racking and video operator instructions for your parts help ensure quality and consistency.

We will electropolish your parts to resist corrosion, prevent pathogen contamination and optimize them for cleanability. Electropolishing offers the following benefits:

Electropolishing is 30x more corrosion resistant than using passivation alone – and electropolished parts are passivated as part of the process.

Free Electropolishing Sample

To see how we can improve the microfinish of your parts, send us your parts or prototypes and we’ll electropolish them for free – we’ll even pay for the shipping. Samples are processed in 24-48 hours.

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