PALATINE, Illinois, USA, September 4, 2019 – Arlington Plating Company has received Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) approval to nickel-chrome plate steel substrate parts. Meeting FCA specification PS-50019 for “Nickel-Chrome Electroplating of Steel Substrates,” parts to be plated include bumpers, tow hooks, running boards, and exhaust tips.

In addition to this most recent steel substrate approval, APC was previously approved to FCA specification PS-9405 for plating exterior and interior decorative nickel-chrome on aluminum. APC currently chrome the fuel door of the Dodge Challenger.

Exhibiting exceptional corrosion and wear resistance with ultimate aesthetics, APC nickel-chrome finishes are preferred and approved by the world’s largest automotive and motorcycle manufacturers including FCA, General Motors, Ford, Tesla, Harley-Davidson and Indian Motorcycle. For further information, please visit arlingtonplating.com or email answers@arlingtonplating.com.

About Arlington Plating Company
Arlington Plating Company provides world-class metal finishing, mechanical polishing, and anodizing services for a variety of industry applications, including automotive, motorcycle, medical, heavy truck, and consumer product components. We pride ourselves on producing flawless, high performance finishes on aluminum, magnesium, copper alloys, steel, stainless steel, and zinc die castings. Leading manufacturers trust us to increase wear and corrosion protection, improve appearance, and enable electronic performance while meeting stringent OEM, environmental and regulatory requirements.

An ISO-9001:2015 company, Arlington Plating Company is an active member of the National Association for Surface Finishing (NASF) and the Aluminum Anodizers Council. For more information, please contact us.