At Classic Electropolishing our specialty is metal electropolishing services, surprised aren't you? We can help you with electropolishing projects of all shapes and sizes. Our core expertise is metalurgy finishing and quality assurance.
At Classic Electropolishing we have experience in a broad range of electropolishing projects. Our tanks can accomodate up to 20 foot long parts. We use nitric acid for our electropolishing (as apposed to citric acid).
Electropolishing is a subtractive electro chemical process which removes material from a metallic product. It can also be called electrochemical polishing or electrolytic polishing but the process is the same. It is used to polish, passivate, and deburr metal parts and is used instead of abrasive processes for metal finishing. The end result is a cleaner, smoother and shinier finish on metal parts. For more information visit the - Electropolishing definition on Wikipedia.
Our attention to detail. We understand that electropolishing is probably one of the last process for your product and any error is at a cost of all of the previous steps. We will talk you through the electropolishing process and try to eliminate any errors before they occur. Our experience in the medical manufacturing field has taught us how to be precise.
At Classic Electropolishing, stainless steel is the most common product that we electropolish but we are able to do a variety of metals. We provide electropolishing to the highest standards and we adhere to ASTM B 912-02 (2008), Passivation of Stainless Steels Using Electropolishing.
Classic Electropolishing proudly serves advanced medical, automotive, aerospace, food and electronics manufacturers.
At Classic Electropolishing we have efficient planning and production. We understand that time can be of the essence for finishing a project with electropolishing. We can do as fast as 1 day turnaround for an expedited fee, otherwise our typical lead time is about 1 week. Contact us today to find out how fast our current lead time is.
Here is a helpful online video which describes the electropolishing process: