"Molding the Future of Metal Industries"
The MIRDC employs a broad range of industrial processes, called surface finishing, to alter the surface of manufactured products in order to achieve a desired property.
The most widely used surface treatments are meant to improve appearance; adhesion or wettability, corrosion, tarnish, wear, and chemical resistance; and hardness. Moreover, these surface finishing processes modify electrical conductivity, remove burrs and other surface flaws, and control surface friction.
The Center offers (1) Vacuum Heat Treatment and (2) Conventional Heat Treatment to enable MSMEs to meet prevailing and future requirements of the M&E industries.
This process usually employs direct current (DC). The MIRDC performs non-cyanide gold plating, copper plating, nickel plating, and chrome plating.
Hard coat anodizing prevents any thermal or physical distortion of precision-enginnered components made from aluminum. Anodized aluminum is used thousands of applications, More imporetantly, these materials have a life cycle that is relatively benign to the environment.
Pulse plated deposits tend to build up with straight walls. With this technology, overall palting thickness, weight, and manufacturing time are reduced.