SPECIALIZING IN ADVANCED
TECHNOLOGY PLATING & FINISHING

About ENS Technology

ENS Technology has roots dating back to the introduction of Electroless Nickel Plating in the early 1970s. Our history began in a 2,000-square foot suite in Campbell, California, and we now occupy 30,000-square feet in Santa Clara, California.

Our Staff: ENS' Greatest Asset

Our dedication to our customers is paramount to our success, but an equal dedication to employee retention has enabled us to build a highly experienced staff.

Our production team's skill and extensive cross-training allow us to provide fast, efficient service—staff are able to move between metal plating processes and deliver the same superior quality results, regardless of the chemistry involved.

Changing With the Industry

ENS Technology's management team are committed to being agents of change. Although many of our metal plating practices are tried and true, there are always improvements that can be made as electrochemical technologies evolve.

As new cleaners, new etchants, and new process chemistries are developed, ENS embraces these changes and deploys many of them in our research and development plating line contained in our on-site analytical laboratory.

Working “Green”

ENS Technology is acutely aware of the environmental concerns facing our industry. We work hard to utilize green processes wherever possible, and we meet or exceed all applicable environmental parameters established by the State of California.

We make continuous improvements to our processes to reduce our environmental impact and provide yearly training for all our employees to ensure that the safest and greenest practices are followed.

The ENS Advantage

ENS Technology provides competitive pricing and reliable lead times for each and every project. We offer an array of value-added services to meet our customers' demands for quick turnarounds without sacrificing quality.

Our plating services meet a wide range of mil-spec and other industry standards. We are an FAA certified repair station.

Contact ENS Technology today for more information on our metal finishing and plastics plating processes.