Two-component and one-component

electroplating varnishes

One-component electroplating lacquers

Special for ABS, PP and…
Today, plastics are used to make countless parts. The process of making plastic parts without a mold is much simpler than metals and they have a lower price. As a result, plastics have found a special place in the manufacture of industrial parts. But the cloudy and non-transparent appearance of some plastics, as well as being exposed to heat and electricity as insulation, led to the formation of the world of plastic plating.
Plastic plating means creating a metal coating on the surface of the plastic, and this metal coating on the surface of the plastic parts increases the quality of the parts and creates a better feeling for the consumer. wait!!! Before applying plating on these parts, the surfaces must be covered by Dr. Ena’s Tek-Zeei Lacquer so that they are ready for plating, this is not the only use and advantage of plating on plastics; Plastic plating creates conductivity on the surface of the part and also increases the resistance of the part against wear and corrosion of chemicals.

Two-part electroplating lacquers

Special for automotive industries and parts, including car lights – car frames – and projectors
You must have noticed that some time after using the car light, the car light frame loses its transparency and turns into a matte finish, which leads to the car light not having enough light to illuminate the surrounding environment. It comes to everyone’s mind, replacing the car light frame, but this is very expensive and temporary, the solution that we suggest to you to solve this problem is to use Dr. Ena’s two-component electroplating varnish, which is used for electroplating the car light frame. It is you, for this purpose, you can electroplate the lamp frame in the design and color you want with various effects, by doing this, not only your car will have a special and beautiful appearance, but also the problem of the lamp frame becoming cloudy will not happen anymore, this lacquer It withstands temperatures up to 200 degrees Celsius without turning yellow or crusty