Electropolishing & Deburring Service for Molybdenum

With its exceptionally high melting point and high thermal conductivity, molybdenum is a versatile alloy that can take many different forms, including wires, plates, electrical contacts and more. The extreme durability and hardness of molybdenum may make it difficult to finish and clean after manufacturing, particularly on complex parts. Molybdenum electropolishing can eliminate the need for costly hand finishing operations or plating by providing a smooth, uniform, clean finish.

How Does Molybdenum Electropolishing Work?

Because of the resilience and rigidity of molybdenum, electropolishing may be utilized for sizing purposes as well. We submerge molybdenum parts in an electrochemical bath, which removes a controlled, uniform amount of surface material from the entire part. This can be applied to a wide variety of shapes and sizes and allows you to make slight adjustments to the size of your part without altering its proportions.

Electropolishing molybdenum is also effective as a post-manufacturing cleaning operation. Eliminating the need for high-temperature cleaning and/or plating, electropolishing removes surface imperfections and embedded contaminants that could lead to corrosion. One of molybdenum’s distinct benefits is its high corrosion resistance, and including electropolishing as the final step in your manufacturing process helps ensure that it meets its full potential.

Comparison to Other Metal Finishing Services

Unlike metal finishing services like plating, electropolishing molybdenum improves your parts by removing the outer skin of material. Because electropolishing is not a coating or plating, it doesn’t wear off, flake, peel or abrade—it is a lasting improvement to the alloy itself, and one that lasts. It ensures that your molybdenum is as pure as ever while smoothing out the surface and giving you the ultimate control over sizing.

Contact us to learn more about molybdenum electropolishing

Learn About the Electropolishing Difference


Electropolishing Live: Virtual Lunch and Learn

Electropolishing Live:
Virtual Lunch and Learn

Join the experts at Able Electropolishing via Microsoft Teams to ramp up your knowledge of metal finishing processes and have lunch (or breakfast, if you prefer) on us.

Request a Lunch & Learn
Try Electropolishing for Free: Sample Request

Try Electropolishing for Free:
Sample Request

Send us your parts/prototypes and we’ll electropolish them for free – we’ll even pay for the shipping! Samples are processed in 24-48 hours.

Request a Sample

Medical Device Manufacturing

Medical Device Manufacturing

From implantable devices to surgical instruments, electropolishing is a single-process treatment that results in biocompatible, safe and ultra clean parts.

Learn More  

Aerospace

Aerospace

We offer aerospace vendors and original equipment manufacturers our signature metal finishing services to increase fatigue-resistance for their metal parts, rendering them capable of withstanding the stress and corrosion that comes with long-term use.

Learn More  

Pharmaceutical

Pharmaceutical

Our strict adherence to industry standards ensures that pharmaceutical components are electropolished in accordance with ASTM B912 and ASME BPE specifications. These products are clean and smooth, corrosion resistant and contaminant free.

Learn More  

Automotive

Automotive

Corrosion resistance and microfinish improvement are essential for critical automotive parts, making electropolishing an increasingly beneficial option for automakers.

Learn More  

Consumer Appliance

Consumer Appliance

Our metal finishing services help increase corrosion resistance for these parts, and by removing the outermost layer of metal withelectropolishing the durability and longevity of these appliance components is increased.

Learn More  

Food & Beverage

Food & Beverage

Electropolishing materials for this industry eliminates the buildup of bacterial biofilms, as well as keeping the equipment free of contaminants like Salmonella. Electropolishing delivers the level of sanitation required by a number of regulatory agencies.

Learn More  

Hydraulics & Pneumatics

Hydraulics & Pneumatics

From robotics to mobile equipment, the uses of electropolishing in the hydraulics and pneumatics industry are many. By helping prevent premature part failure, electropolishing reduces downtime and increases the life cycle of these components.

Learn More  

Electronics

Electronics

Improving conductivity and performance is just one benefit electropolishing offers for electronics parts. The surface finish is improved by as much as 50%, removing imperfections from the material without material removal.

Learn More  

Electropolishing Blog

Electropolishing for Finishing Rescue Device Parts

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.

Electropolishing for Food Processing Blades

From exposure to salt and acids and near constant moisture, industrial food processing blades must stand up to a wide variety of potentially corrosive ingredients without losing their edge. Such blades must also meet strict requirements regarding quality and cleanliness…

Grow Your Reach, Shrink Lead Time with Trusted Supplier Network

The process of finishing critical metal parts for our clients in industries that include aerospace, medical device design, semiconductor manufacturing, pharmaceutical production – and many others – is incredibly precise. Success can be measured in ten-thousandths of an inch.

What Can and Can’t Be Passivated?

Passivation is a widely used chemical finishing process to remove contaminants and improve the corrosion resistance of metal parts, including stainless steel and alloys like Nitinol and titanium. While passivation can be effective for many parts, for certain parts and…