Electro Zinc Clear-blue Gold, Chrome, Nickel, Satin Chrome, Antique Brass, Antique Cooper, Olive Drab, Electro-less Nickel, Electro-polish
Baking Process "Pre & Post."
Passivate, Anodize, Cad, Chem Film, Black Oxide, Power Coating
Bronze, Satin Brass, Satin Bronze, Bright-silver
Matte Silver, Gold & Antique
Strip To Raw, Strip Lacquer, Polish
Tumbling, Pickling, Heavy Copper, Copper Buff
Antique W/ Paint, Sandblast, Oxidation W/Tumble
Air Dry Lacquer, Dip Lacquer, Match Sample, WAX.
Coating for ferrous metals.
Either a bright or dull finish is acceptable.
Bright zinc plating (electro-chloride) closely resembles bright chromium; however, bright zinc does not have the permanence of surface appearance.
Zinc coated steel will not rust even when exposed by scratches because of the galvanic protection of the zinc. On weathering, zinc turns to a drab gray color.
Springs having hardness over RC -40 must be baked at 375° F for 3 hours.