What is the difference between spraying and electroplating?

Spraying and electroplating are two common surface treatment processes, which are widely used in different materials and different fields. These two processes have their own characteristics.


It is a painting method in which the spray gun or dish atomizer is used to disperse into uniform and fine droplets by means of pressure or centrifugal force and apply to the surface of the coated object.

Air spraying, high pressure spraying, electrostatic spraying and low flow medium pressure spraying are four typical modern painting processes, which have the advantages of high speed, high efficiency and wide range compared with traditional spraying technology. it is the best construction method of modern architecture.

It is with high efficiency, suitable for manual operation and industrial automation production, a wide range of applications such as hardware, plastic, furniture, shipping and other fields.


It is the use of point solution to deposit metal or alloy on the surface of the workpiece, so as to prevent metal oxidation (such as corrosion), improve wear resistance, electrical conductivity, reflectivity, corrosion resistance (copper sulfate, etc.) and improve beauty.

The technological process of electroplating includes three steps: pre-plating treatment, electroplating and post-plating treatment.

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