Thanks to sound material knowledge and expertise in the process for electroplating and chemical surface finishing, BWB-Iten has earned itself a good reputation in many diverse fields of activity.
A steel bracket is coated with copper for improved conductivity.
Small steel parts are linked using copper wire before surface finishing.
Cylinders made of brass are tin coated for improved conductivity.
Passivated parts made of chrome nickel steel are dried through blowing out.
Various small parts on the electroplated frame are coated with electroless nickel.
A contact plate made of copper is silver coated for increased conductivity.
Through lithography, electroplating and moulding, delicate graphics and elegant lettering can be created.
A nickel workpiece is manufactured using a precise lithography, electroplating and moulding process, also known as
Electroforming is used to produce 3D objects.
Dimensionally stable steel parts have greater corrosion protection through electroless nickel plating.
The copper cap is finished with electroless nickel for enhanced abrasion resistance.
Brass parts are connected and linked using copper wire and are prepared for the electroless nickel coating.
Sieves for the electronics or textile industry: possible thanks to lithography, electroplating and moulding.
This brass part is coated partially with electroless nickel – for increased hardness and enhanced abrasion resistance.
This workpiece made of silver is produced by means of electroforming and offers extremely high heat conductivity.
A copper part during the electroless nickel plating process: dimensional accuracy and enhanced corrosion protection are essential.
A steel part is degreased before its surface is treated with electroless nickel – in order to improve corrosion protection.
A steel blank is partly coated with several millimetres of copper: known as a thick film process.
A chrome steel plate is electroless nickel plated.
Electroforming is suitable for a wide range of applications – including model construction – such as for a train component shown here.
Godets are coated with sulfamate nickel for improved sliding properties.
Very small parts made of copper are carefully dismantled after the electroless nickel coating.