Millenium Engine Plating Inc.

Millenium Engine Plating Inc.

Millenium Engine Plating Inc. is a business specializing in aerospace and high technology applications of electroplated and related coatings.  It has over 20 years of experience in aerospace and high technology applications of electroplated and related coatings.  Our goal is to deliver high quality and cost-efficient products to our customers.

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Millenium Engine Plating Inc. is a business specializing in aerospace and high technology applications of electroplated and related coatings.  It has over 20 years of experience in aerospace and high technology applications of electroplated and related coatings.  Our goal is to deliver high quality and cost-efficient products to our customers.

Value Added
• 24/7 AOG Services
• FAA and EASA Certified
• Cost effective Solutions
• Expedites and extended hours
• Partnerships
• Long-term agreements

CERTIFICATIONS: 
F.A.A. Certification: M73R71Y  *  EASA Certification: EASA.145.6114  *  ISO 9001:2015 *  
Drug And Alcohol Program  * Registration Letter  *  AS9100:2016 Rev. D  *  AS9110 Rev. C

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Subcategories

  • Cadmium Plating

    The aircraft industry uses Cadmium Plating because it helps reduce the corrosion of their flight-critical steel components. Cadmium is also applied to the transportation industry, electronics, and consumer products.

  • LHE Cadmium Plating

    Low hydrogen embrittlement (LHE) cadmium plating remains the choice for aircraft components as the plating provide excellence corrosion protection without degrading the mechanical properties of high strength steels.

  • Chrome Plating

    Chromium deposits improve abrasion and wear resistance, provide corrosion protection, reduce friction and prevent galling and seizing to improve the overall performance of manufactured components. Chromium plating is also applied for the purpose of restoring parts to their original dimensional tolerances.

  • Nickel Plating

    The unique functional properties of nickel-based plating make it important in aerospace applications, with excellent adhesion, corrosion protection, hardness, wear and erosion resistance as well as uniform layer thickness, even on complex components.

  • Electroless Nickel...

    Electroless nickel plating provides a metal coating via chemical reaction. It gives a more even, uniform coating for hard-to-reach areas on the surface of a part. Nickel is generally the metal of choice in the aerospace industry when it comes to manufacturing

  • Phosphate Coating

    Phosphate coating provides strong adhesion and corrosion protection, and also improves the friction properties of sliding components.

  • Silver Plating

    Silver plating is a very popular choice for many industries including medical, electronics, telecommunications, automotive, and many more. Silver plating exhibits excellent anti-galling properties, high lubricity, a wide operating temperature range, good corrosion resistance, and exceptional conductivity.

  • Brush Plating Repair

    Brush plating has been an approved process in aircraft maintenance by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and OEM engine and aircraft manufacturer’s manuals. Aviation maintenance personnel find that brush plating reduces costs and downtime, because the process is portable, easy to use, reliable, fast, and environmentally friendly.

  • Grinding & Machining

    Grinding can help to achieve a longer life for aerospace parts as a grinding wheel is easily dressed, keeping the cutting edges of the abrasive sharp and the wheel shape constant. This in turn results in consistent finishes and close tolerances over time and reduced downtime thanks to longer lifecycles.  Milling and lathe machining capabilities.

  • Shot Peening

    Roto peening and shot peening creates a compressive surface stress layer to prevent metal fatigue-related failures in critical components and prevent corrosion. It is often used in aviation after corrosion has been removed.

  • Non Destructive Testing

    Non-destructive testing (NDT) is a way to detect and evaluate flaws in materials. Within aerospace NDT plays a vital role in the design, manufacture and maintenance of aircraft. The simplest and most accurate way of testing materials and components is often to test them to destruction.

  • Eddy Current Inspection

    Eddy currents (also called Foucault's currents) are loops of electrical current induced within conductors by a changing magnetic field in the conductor according to Faraday's law of induction or by the relative motion of a conductor in a magnetic field.

    Eddy current techniques are commonly used for the nondestructive examination (NDE) and condition monitoring of a large variety of metallic structures, including heat exchanger tubes, aircraft fuselage, and aircraft structural components.  In aerospace production, every aircraft structure component will undergo inspection by one of the primary NDT methods. In-service aircraft will experience subsequent nondestructive testing, eddy current inspection being one the primary methods. 

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