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. Read more.

Did you know that Tesla founders, Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning choose the name Tesla as an homage to Nikola Tesla (1856-1943), the inventor of the induction motor and alternating-current (AC) power transmission?*

Back in 2013, we were honored to have been selected to provide satin chrome plating over zinc die cast on 2014 Tesla interior door handles and have since continued our partnership over the years. Today, we are proud to provide Tesla a distinctive Galvano Silver satin nickel-chrome finish over magnesium for the automaker's paddle shifters, as well as interior and exterior door handles. Learn more.

When it’s your job to put a chrome finish on automotive and motorcycle parts every week, perfection is the only option. Learn about our stringent quality standards to ensure functional and decorative excellence.
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