A Beginner’s Guide to Iridite NCP

Dorsetware specialises in metal plating and electroplating, and one of the finishes it administers is iridite NCP plating and coating. The iridite NCP process produces a protective, corrosion-resistant coating on aluminium and its alloys. For this reason, it’s ideal to use as a standalone finish, but it is also favoured to use a base for paints, lacquers and high-performance topcoats as it provides a clean, adhesive surface.

What is the Iridite NCP process?

We use an environmentally friendly chemical process to provide an iridite plating and coating on customer products.

  • De-grease and water-wash the product
  • Removal of any oxidisation
  • Wash the product with water
  • Water rinse again
  • Add the iridite NCP
  • Wash with purified water

What are the uses?

  • Iridite NCP can be used as a final finish
  • Base for high-performance topcoats, paints, lacquers, powder-coats or rubber bonding

Advantages

  • Iridite NCP is corrosion resistant, unlike most non-chrome conversion coatings
  • Superb paint adhesion
  • Iridite NCP doesn’t contain lead, cadmium, chromium, mercury or PBB/PBDE compounds, meeting ELV, RoHS and WEEE standards

Are you looking for a protective finish? Dorsetware provide a range of metal finishes and electroplating services, and with nearly 50-years of experience, your products are in safe hands. Call us on 01202 677939 or use our online contact form to enquire. We look forward to hearing from you!

Why Dorsetware?

  • Fast turn around
  • Drop off & delivery service
  • Express service with 24 hr turnaround
  • BSI accredited
  • No obligation quote
  • No quantity too small

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