HACER strives to anticipate market developments, to strictly comply with your requirements and needs. With over 60 years of experience, HACER specialises in surface treatments, such as chemical and electroplating, for small and medium-sized parts, in small, medium and large series, on various metals.
For more details on our treatments, request the list of available data sheets via our contact form.
Available data sheets: Nitriding - Nitrocarburizing - Case hardening - Carbonitriding - Induction hardening - Heat treatment of light alloys - Silvering - Chemical Nickel - Anodizing - Tin-Zinc alloy plating
If you are looking for solutions to optimise your costs, increase the reliability and quality of your products, or develop your capacity, HACER is at your service and available to work together and develop your projects. A sustained rate of investment in our equipment and a constant technological watch enable us to monitor technical developments in order to meet the requirements of the market and find what you are looking for in terms of:
Based on the specifications and the material grade of the product, HACER offers the processes adapted to your parts. For your most fragile and smallest parts, the Marnaz site is a specialised centre offering a fully automated line, with integrated and adapted drying.
In order to comply with the maximum number of applications, our technical treatments are used on various substrates, depending on the metal used for plating:
HACER is taking it a step further, and positioning itself on the market of electric and hybrid vehicles (EV / EHV) and is expanding its range. In this respect, new processes have been integrated to offer plating processes or higher wear resistance for your parts while ensuring improved conductivity over time (160-200HV hard silver process).
You produce parts for the interconnection of systems subject to the most severe environments. HACER uses gold alloy plating on your metal contacts to ensure their conductive properties over time.
For your high-power circuit breakers, an 8µm layer of silver (metal ensuring very good electrical conductivity) is deposited on the contact parts to ensure very high electrical conductivity.