Chrome plating or chromium plating is a technique of electroplating layer of chromium onto metal surfaces to withstand the wear through extensive heat exposure, corrosion, and impact collision, and to be on point; it is a decisive factor of engineering.
Even though it may sound simple, in reality, it is quite the opposite. The technique is complicated, as physics must join forces with experience and precision. Although many have failed to combine the above, LOUKAS has conquered this technique from the early 90s, and since then, this method is used in many applications.
Furthermore, it should be mentioned that LOUKAS is authorized from the Greek government to use the above technique, which consorts with the environmental regulations, as there is a yearly audition.
With six chrome plating units (4 for piston crowns-2 for shafts), the speed and the productivity is beyond any imagination.