Winterville Machine Works' zinc and nickel metal plating processes since 1966. Call 252-756-2130

Winterville Machine Works has provided professional, high-quality zinc and nickel electrolytic plating since 1966 to customers throughout the Eastern United States, including Greenville, Raleigh, Wilmington, Greensboro, Tarboro, Rocky Mount, Washington, Durham, Charlotte and others.

Our Plating Facility serves not only customers of Winterville Machine Works who need their machined parts plated, but companies just looking for trusted, economic and on-time delivery of their plated parts. We are more than just a metal plating shop! Our Machine Shop is capable of handling large OEM parts while our Fabricating Shop specializes in welding and fabrication for the marine and related industries.

  • Winterville Machine Works Plating can handle these base metals:
  • Copper
  • Copper Alloys
  • Heat Treated Steel
  • Nickel Alloys
  • Steel
  • Stainless Steel

image shows plating tanks at Winterville Machine Works Plating Facility in Winterville, NCOur Plating Facility includes tanks ranging from 364 to 1,335 gallons for cleaning, plating and rinsing. Our tank sizes range from 24" X96" X 36 1/2" deep to 48" X 96" X 36 1/2" deep.

Our electrolytic process provides the price and service advantage over electroless plating, which requires longer production times and higher costs. However, not all parts, particularly small, complex parts with many faces, are right for the electrolytic process. Please consult with your Winterville Machine Works representative about your plating needs, or complete our online Request for Quote form found on our website.

image shows treatment plant at Winterville Machine Works Plating Facility in Winterville, NCOur Plating Facility also reflects our commitment to the environment, as we have installed and maintain to local standards our waste treatment facility. This is something we believe you, our customer, have come to expect.

Metal Plating fights corrosion!

Selecting zinc or nickel plating is an important choice in metal plating machined parts. Your corrosion resistance needs dictate the type of metal plating used, along with part size, physical dimensions, budget requirements and finished results. There is no "one-size-fits-all" solution in the metal plating business. That's why you should consult with Winterville Machine Works before selecting your metal plating partner. Call us at 252-756-2130.

The electrolytic plating process at Winterville Machine Works includes:

  • Optional polishing and buffing
  • Cleaning
  • Rinsing
  • Electroplating
  • Rinsing
  • Drying
  • After plating treatment, if needed
Winterville Machine Works also conducts corrosion tests using outside laboratories to ensure you receive a quality plated part.

Call Winterville Machine Works today at 252-756-2130 and find out if our Plating Facility is the right place for your plating project.