Electroplating Services

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United Middle East Engineering Services is glad to introduce the newly established electroplating facility having the sole purpose of providing the ultimate metal finishes as per needs of the customers.

The ultimate aim of the company is to provide improved quality of finish, lower the cost of plating, reduce lead time and enhance the competitive position. Our strength is the plating of small medium-sized parts, and delicate items. We employ a variety of traditional barrel and rack plating methods to modern engineering methods, and also several proprietary methods. At the core of our exceptional service is our commitment to provide highest quality finishes.

The best asset we have to offer is our dedicated and trained work force with several employees having more than 15 years of experience, and they handle the quality related responsibilities and scheduling of plating jobs with utmost responsibility. We are also committed to conducting business in a manner that protects the health and safety of our employees while protecting the environment.

Gold Plating

Gold plating is a method of depositing a thin layer of gold onto the surface of another metal at desired thickness and rate by electrochemical plating.


Silver Plating

In silver plating small layer of silver are coated over the desired metal and soldering parts, which in turn helps to improve the metal conductivity significantly.


Chrome Plating

Chrome plating is a finishing treatment utilizing the electrolytic deposition of chromium. Typical method of chrome plate are done at 10 up layer of chromium over and underlying nickel plate or layer.


Copper Plating

Copper plating is the process in which a layer of copper is deposited on the item to be plated by using an electric current. The quality of plating is varied by changing the electrolyte bath.


Zinc Electroplating (Galvanizing)

The electroplating process of applying a protective Zinc layer by electrochemical bath coated over iron or steel. galvanizing protect ferrous metal from rusting.