Gold plating with the Spa Plating process
We manufacture and sell top quality plating solutions and equipment to entrepreneurs and industry. Specialising in gold plating solutions, we also sell silver plating solutions and many other finishes for brush plating, pen plating and small tank plating. Brush and pen plating is ideal for small scale gold plating, as it’s a way of electroplating outside of a tank and is a relatively easy skill to master.
This makes it ideal for people wishing to take control of their own gold plating and avoid the expense of sending their work off to be gold plated.
Typically our top selling standard Gold Plating Solution contains 8 grams of gold per litre and our High Speed Gold Plating Solution contains 12 grams of gold per litre. We can guarantee these consistently high standards, as most of our plating solutions are designed and made by Richard Palmer, the founder of Spa Plating. Our top priority is that you achieve excellent gold plating results, no matter what you are plating. We work towards this by selling high quality, fully tested products and provide full technical support with our fully illustrated Electroplating Manual our Training Videos and our Plating Calculators.
Which gold plating kit would be best for me?
Whatever the plating job, whether large or small, onto metal or non-conductive surfaces, we’ve got the just the kit that will finish the task to your exacting requirements. At Spa Plating we produce plating equipment and solutions for all three methods of plating; pen, brush and tank plating. Our range of Pen Plating Kits are very popular with customers who need to gold or silver plate small items, for example
- pcb manufacturers
- dental laboratories
Our Brush Plating Kits sell very well to customers who want to plate larger items or items in situ, such as silver antiques or luxury yacht fittings. These can include
entrepreneurs wanting to start their own plating company
- model makers
- aerospace engineering companies
Customers for our Tank Plating Kits need to plate to exact and substantial specifications and would include jewellers wanting to plate gold vermeil or those needing to plate complex, irregularly shaped objects.