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Metallization process

for plastic surfaces

Safe and sustainable-by-design metallic coatings and engineered surfaces

FreeMe Project

At a glance

The FreeMe project proposes the metallization of polymeric (plastic or resins) surfaces eliminating the use of hexavalent chromium (Cr6+) and palladium (Pd) from the Plating on Plastics process, based on a safe and sustainable by design strategy.
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EU Green Week Partner Event

The FreeMe project is pleased to invite you to the EU Green Week Partner Event on the 7th of June 2023 from 9:30 to 12:30 CET. This online workshop is co-organized by the FreeMe and MOZART projects and will focus on the skills required to guide the green transition of the plating industry.

Find more about the event here.

The project

Watch FreeMe 1st Infographic Video and learn about the project, the scope and the objectives!

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Objectives

Workplan

Technologies

FreeMe technologies will be validated in 3 applications in the: automotive aerospace home appliancies

industry.

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Elimination of critical raw material Palladium during activation

The surface activation step follows the etching step in the surface-pretreatment process, introducing the initial metal...

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Elimination of hexavalent chromium (Cr(IV)) during etching

Plating on plastics, the electroless deposition of a metallic coating on a plastic substrate, requires a certain...

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