ElectroPlating - Gold

Plating Process Used Gold Plating
Standards Followed MIL-G-45204
AMS 2422
Gold Plating is a method of deposting a thin layer of gold on the surface of a material.
Gold plating is often used in electronics to provide a corrosion-resistant electrically conductive layer on copper, typically in electrical connectors, circuit boards, and a variety of electrical items.

Alloy | Copper | Electroless Nickel | Gold | Nickel | Silver | Tin