Industrial Finishing Services
The Finishing Company offers a variety of industrial finishing services that create both functional and decorative metal components. We operate four different metal coating platforms which include our Chemlok® 8310 coating, aqueous dip and spray adhesive, chrome and nickel electroplating and powder coating.
Industrial Coating Applications
The Finishing Company works with our end users to create functional and often times high luster decorative finishes for their products. We deal with many applications such as corrosion resistant coatings, abrasion resistant coatings, and rubber to metal bonding.
Metal Finishing Experts
Operating since 1904, The Finishing Company has continuously expanded its’ technology. Our experience allows us to provide quality service, while meeting your specifications and delivery requirements.
TFC Group has actively incorporated all efforts to comply with environmental safety precautions, as it applies to VOC’s and hazardous air pollutants. We treat internally generated waste products by optimizing waste water treatment through the use of closed loop systems. Our company is certified to ISO 9001:2008.
Our 75,000 square foot facility located in Addison, Illinois is capable of effectively producing both large and small orders expediently. Contact The Finishing Company with any questions. Our staff is readily available to discuss our quality coating and bonding services.
Industrial Coatings & Plating Solutions
Powder coating is preferred over liquid paint, because it is more durable, and safer for the environment.
Bright Chrome Plating
Most often chrome plating is used for its aesthetic appeal since the finished products can retain a shiny decorative finish. Chrome plating also provides several functional advantages.
Wet / Liquid Coatings
Wet coatings can be applied in thin layers, achieving a very smooth finish for military, medical and telecommunications applications.
Nickel Electroplating adds a thin layer of nickel onto a metal object for decorative, engineering and electroforming purposes.
Protects substrates against repeated wear, but also serve as a great primer for adhesives used in rubber to metal bonding.
Aqueous Dip Adhesive
Studies have proven that aqueous dip adhesives perform equal to or greater than the former solvent based processes.