The metallization process consists of the coating of parts through the projection of zinc.
The process begins with the pickling of the parts, to create the roughness necessary for the zinc to easily adhere to the parts.
In our metallization process we used the electric arc process, where 2 zinc wires are charged with opposite currents and when in contact in the the pistol they merge, then compressed air is used to project the molten zinc particles into the part.
This process, in relation to others used, has the advantage of not being thermally aggressive which produces a very reduced warpage in the parts.
Metallization can never be done without the parts being previously pickled.