When a major Eastern U.S. engineering firm was working on a retractable roof for the U.S. Open, they called United Surface Finishing for some technical advice.
One of our clients manufactures and sells bushings and suspension parts for an array of all-terrain vehicles. They sent a quote request to United Surface Finishing, asking us what it would take to have their parts chrome plated. But we had a different idea in mind.
For several years, a major U.S. rebuilder of molds and dies turned to United Surface Finishing to chrome plate their dies and molds. But when we developed USF-Excel, a proprietary low-phosphorus nickel plating solution, we realized that we could better serve our long-term client by suggesting that they switch to nickel.