The surface is either light, matte, or glossy, and the color looks similar to stainless steel.
5 to 50 µm, while higher layer thicknesses are achievable. Consistent layer thickness on the workpiece, together with internal nickel plating, with a tolerance of 10%.
Steel, stainless steel, cast iron, copper, brass, aluminum, and sintered components are the basic materials that can be coated with chemical nickel.
Some applications include fittings, valves, hydraulic parts, electric motor components, transmission and pump parts, gears and sprockets, wear parts for packaging machines, and electrical and medical products. It is possible for it to partially precipitate on surfaces such as bearings.