About Precision Metal Finishing
When Robin Finkenstadt founded Precision Metal Finishing in 2005, she first partnered to provide silver and tin electroplating services for a permanent mold copper foundry in Upstate South Carolina. Since that time, PMF has grown and expanded to serve the electroplating needs of major electrical manufacturers like Siemens, Square D (now Schneider), General Electric and Eaton Corp., as well as the smaller manufacturers that supply their component parts.
A State of the Art Plating Facility with Room to Grow
Today, Precision Metal Finishing technicians offer a combined 100 years of plating experience to our customers. PMF occupies approximately half of our 24,000 sq. ft., state of the art electroplating facility, and we currently run two shifts. This, along with reliable funding, gives PMF tremendous growth potential: we have room to grow, and the ability to add a third shift to meet customer demand. Additionally, our facility is ISO 9001: 2001-2008 certified, and our PLC-controlled wastewater treatment facility meets all environmental requirements of the State of South Carolina, with capacity for future growth.
Committed to our Plating Customers, Committed to the Upstate
Robin is a lifelong resident and business leader in the South Carolina Upstate. She is committed to growing Precision Metal Finishing, providing unmatched service to our tin and silver electroplating customers, contributing to responsible industrial growth in the area and providing good jobs for its people.
PMF: For All of Your Tin and Silver Electroplating Needs
Whether you are a major electrical manufacturer in the Southeastern US, a copper fabricating shop, or anything in between, think of Precision Metal Finishing. PMF has the technology, the talent and the production capacity, as well as just-in-time inventory and shipping control, to meet customer demands quickly and reliably. Please visit our Services page to learn about our silver and tin electroplating options, then go to our Contact page to find get in touch with a PMF representative or submit a drawing or spec sheet.