nickel-plating

nickel-plating

n
1. (Metallurgy) metallurgy the process of depositing a thin layer of nickel on a surface, usually by electrolysis
2. (Metallurgy) another name for nickel plate
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Where Profi hoists are required to run on overhead rails, both manually operated and motorised trolleys can be provided with nickel-plating features on the gearbox/motor and body.
No matter, this saying came to mind, "If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, then it's a duck." Stainless steel that looked like nickel-plating was fine with me.
Where Profi hoists are utilised with trolleys for overhead rail mounting, both manual operated (type LN) and motorised (type LM) trolleys can be provided which have also been subject to appropriate nickel-plating treatment for use in hygienically critical areas.
These 3-inch, 12-gauge shotshell loads feature thick nickel-plating with minimized shot deformation at 1,300 fps.
Very quickly thereafter, Colt began offering full nickel-plating as a finish option.
Two new nickel-plating plants - the biggest investment into the Mint in more than 40 years - will increase output by 15%.
Two new nickel-plating plants - the biggest investment for the Mint in more than 40 years - will increase output by 15%.
In similar fashion, the modern electroless nickel-plating process still makes use of a very low-voltage electric current, but rather than coming from a storage battery, this current is generated by an electro-chemical reaction as the steel part is immersed in the electrolyte.
The nickel-plating is done to prevent the formation of vertigris when the cartridges are in contact with leather.
Adhesion is said to be better than that of nickel-plating. Tel: (585) 454-5530, www.
The water block is codenamed the VID-AR290X and is made out of copper, and features a nickel-plating for extra protection.
Before the advent of stainless, shooters often chose nickel-plating for heavy-duty use.