· Hard plating of this method produces a good corrosion resistance coating. The selection of the pressure, temperature and the pH levels depend on the substrate and the plating solution component. Primarily, nickel chrome plating is used for aesthetic value, but when corrosion resistance is required, the thickness of the layers can be adjusted.
Home; Electroless Nickel Plating Tutorial. Introduction. Electroless Nickel Plating can be a simple and effective way of applying a nickel plate over steel, iron, copper, brass, zined aluminum and copper alloys.. Electroless Nickel is applied by heating the nickel bath to 195°F, and then immersing the part to be plated into the bath for 1560 minutes, depending on the desired thickness.