Chrome Electroplating Waste Water Treatment Equipment
1. Compact construction, space saving.

2. Integrated design(less than 50m³/day ).

3. User friendly -- easy to handle.

4. Fully automatic opration.
5. Top brand components -- Siemens PLC & Schneider electrical parts. 
6. Can be installed underground. 

Electroplating wastewater comes from surface plating operations where the metal is dipped in an electroplating solution of various types of metals and then rinsed.

Typical plating includes brass, nickel, cadmium, zinc, silver, copper, and gold. Electroplating wastewater is typically from washing, rinsing and batch dumps and is at a low pH of ~3-5 and contains soluble forms of the various metals. In order to remove soluble metals from the wastewater it must first be made insoluble. The insoluble metal is then coagulated, flocculated and clarified by sedimentation.

The typical method to reduce and remove soluble electroplating chromium from wastewater is as follows:


Electroplating shops are found in typically two categories, captive and independent shops. Some industries operate their own captive, in house electroplating operation while others outsource to an independent operation.

Typical industries include:

  •  Electroplating shops, captive or independent
  •  Automotive suppliers, trucks, motorcycles etc – Metal to rubber suspension and body parts
  •  Jewelry mfg
  •  Machine tool mfg.
  •  Metal forming such as stamped metal parts that require plating of various types.
  •  Building materials, cadmium plated nuts, bolts etc. .
  •  Aerospace
  •  Wire forming - nails, screws etc
  •  Appliance makers
  •  Electronics – gold and silver plating of electrical connectors etc.

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