Volume 23 Preprint 41

A Review on Electrodeposition of hard chrome plating

Jeeva PA

Keywords: Hard chrome plating, hardness, wear, corrosion resistance ,

Chromium electrodeposition is a technique for the making of more practical coatings on manufacturing works. These coatings are widely micro-cracked and present a high level of hardness, resistance to corrosion and wear, and low coefficient of friction. In this paper, chromium electroplating processes and their mechanical properties have been reviewed.

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