Electropolishing is a great way to remove hydrogen from stainless steel, which is important in counteracting metal fatigue due to hydrogen embrittlement. This makes it difficult for bacteria to grow in an environment that is free from hydrogen.


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We remember the old days of black gold like few others. We've seen and been part of every incremental advance of getting the stuff out of the ground – from the first rigs to the most sophisticated underwater solutions of today.


A&G Electropolish has enough knowledge and expertise in the field of electropolishing stainless steel where their process can control the removal of surface metals within 0.0001 micron. This control combined with their ability to process work on complex and fragile components has opened new applications in parts sizing. 

We don't typically engage in hyperbole, but we will say that no matter what industrial problem you have, we've already been part of the solution.


When you've been in business as long as we have, you learn a few things. Or, in our case, more than a few. We have simple, ready-to-implement solutions to brighten and clean your stainless steel material. If you bring us something new, our technicians would love to work with you to find the solution in processing your parts.


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Our technicians have years of experience and many have stayed with us for over 10 years. We offer a quality that exceeds expectations. Our moto is, "The customer is always right!"

- passivation

- on-site passivation

- electropolish

- welding

- sand blasting

- deburring

- derouging
- oxygen cleaning

- pickling

- weld removal


Cosmetic Benefits: The electropolishing process results in the brightening of stainless steel. As mentioned before the surface is resealed leaving a chromium rich layer which gives the illusion of being chrome plated. 

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Electropolishing removes the impurities on the metals surface, while also producing a uniform finish that is occlusion free and microscopically smooth. Not only does it remove surface impurities it drawls out impurities hidden inside. A smoother surface means less area for particulates to become trapped.