Translation of electroplate in Spanish:


galvanoplatear, v.

Pronunciation /ɪˈlɛktrə(ʊ)pleɪt//ɪˌlɛktrə(ʊ)ˈpleɪt//əˈlɛktrəˌpleɪt/

transitive verb

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    (with silver) galvanoplatear
    (with silver) platear mediante electrólisis
    (with gold) electrodorar
    (with gold) dorar mediante electrólisis
    • The facility is believed to be the largest, most modem integrated barrel electroplating and centrifuge coating facility in the world able to make this claim.
    • Metal wastes are produced by a variety of sources including mines, tanneries, and electroplating facilities and also through manufacture of paints, metal pipes, batteries, and ammunition.
    • In electroplating, the object to be plated is made the cathode in an electrolytic bath of salts of the metal to be plated.
    • In the second half of the 1920s he experimented with electroplating metal to a plaster core.
    • Vitreous enamels have been developed for aluminum, and the metal may also be electroplated.
    • About the only likely explanation was that it was used for electroplating, but no electroplated items had ever been found.
    • Developments include fluxless melting, hot-chamber casting, and alloy development for improved creep resistance, castability, and electroplating characteristics.
    • In addition, pig farms, electroplating factories and large industrial complexes which discharge sewage will also be targeted, Chang said.
    • Later brass and copper items were sometimes silver plated and still later, they were electroplated.
    • Magnesium parts are finished using the standard steps of cleaning, chemical treatment, anodizing, electroplating and painting.
    • The frequencies of chromosome aberrations, sister chromatid exchanges and micronuclei have been found to be elevated in peripheral lymphocytes of chromium electroplating workers.
    • Jewelry-making, electroplating, and other industries generate waste water contaminated with metals.
    • The extremely toxic heavy metal is commonly used in places such as electroplating and battery factories.
    • This time, the team made the wires by electroplating gold onto a sheet of silver, surrounding the gold with a stretchy polymer and then stripping the silver away.
    • Sewage, effluents from dyeing and electroplating units, indiscriminate sand mining and encroachments have all ravaged the river.
    • Plated silver is silver that has been electroplated over another metal.
    • He works with all metals including gold and silver and he gets in some old trophies that are made of silver but now increasingly the things he is given are electroplated.
    • Chromate passivation systems containing hexavalent chromium compounds are extensively used in electroplating and metal treatment processing.
    • The statuette is made from the alloy Britannia and electroplated in copper, nickel, and silver, then hand-dipped in 24-karat gold.
    • ‘The current coatings used in Europe right now are primarily chrome bases - electroplated chromium,’ says Kestner.