A soft bright white colored metal that with higher electrical and thermal conductivity than any other natural metal.

Silver Coating

Silvering is commonly used in a variety of engineering and decorative functions due to its durability and high corrosion and abrasion resistance. Silver finishing is also characterized by excellent soldering capacity and low electrical resistance.

Silver finishing functions as a primary layer to gold coating, but can also be used to the plating og different metals such as nickel, zinc, brass and aluminum.

Silver Coating – Common Functions

Silver Coating in the Industry

Silver coating used for the coating of is pipe fittings, sockets, plugs, component parts required to meet high frequencies, high voltage products, electronic products and such.

Silvering is also used for the prevention of cold solder systems that are under high pressure and supplies good tightness due to its relative softness.

Decorative Finishing

Silvering is used for jewelry, religious articles, silverware, goblets, chandeliers, music instruments and such.

Metal Finishing & Plastic LTD performs a wide variety of silvering in accordance to its client’s personal needs and requests. Metal Finishing & Plastic LTD uses the most advanced products lines available in Israel and leading technologies in the world.

ASTM B 700

Classification According to Type – Plated Silver Component

Type Silver
Type 1 99.9%
Type 2 99.0%
Type 3 98.0%

Classification According to Grade – Coating Gleam

Grade Gleam Details
Grade A Mat Non-Bright plating coating solution
Grade B Brilliant Bright plating coating solution
Grade C Brilliant Glossy coating resulting from mechanical polishing or Grade A polishing
Grade D Semi Brilliant Semi glossy coating resulting from special additives added in solution aggregation

Classification According to Class – Passivation and Tarnishing

Class Passivation
Class N Without further treatment to the Silvering
Class S Passivation treatment to prevent TARNISH (blackening). Not suitable for dinnerware


Classification According to Type – Glint

Type Glint
Type I Mat
Type II Semi glint
Type III Glint

Classification according to Grade
Passivation and Tarnishing*

Grade Description
A Additional chromatic silver passivation process for tarnishing prevention
B No tarnishing prevention additional process

* Tarnish – a process in which the silver coating receives a black shade. Change in the color is usually caused by contact of the coating with sulfur and bromine compounds. Sulfur can be found in rubber, gasoline and such.

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