The modern electroplating equipment at Jentner enables efficient implementation of customer requirements to measure. We offer high-quality rack processing (individual contacting on an electroplating rack) and barrel processing (processing of bulk material in an electroplating barrel). We also use selective electroplating (partial plating). Our core competence is precious metal coatings in many variations. You can find more information on our website.
The rack processing offers the possibility to coat all components which are not suitable for a processing in the barrel line due to different circumstances, e.g. their size, geometry or surface requirements. In this process, the parts are individually suspended in an electroplating rack, thus avoiding mechanical damage.
Barrel plating makes it possible to coat large throughput quantities in a short time. This makes it not only a cost-effective plating option, but also offers attractive delivery times for the customer. However, only bulk material should be coated in the barrel. High-value individual parts would be damaged.
In selective electroplating, components are only partially coated due to functional or cost requirements. For example, it is possible to cover existing holes or fits in components that are manufactured to final dimensions and then to coat the required surface without any problems, without any fitting problems occurring after electroplating. In addition, partial coating – depending on the surface variant – offers the advantage of saving precious metal and thus keeping costs as low as possible.