ABOUT DURAY PLATING COMPANY
Duray Plating Company is one source that handles not only plating needs but buffing and finishing as well. Duray can handle a wide array of parts ranging from diesel fuel injectors, pultrusion dies, mold and die Work, injection molds and Complex hydraulic pistons to specialized boring tools of less than one ounce to 2,000 pounds.
Certification includes plating to military specifications and plating parts for commercial and military aviation, nuclear defense, and medical industries. We custom design and fabricate jigs, racks, and fixtures and perform selective masking for quality plating.
Quality and service being our priority, we make it a point to accept the complicated work that others steer away from. All parts are processed with extreme attention to detail, including highly selective masking and individual fixturing prior to plating. We understand the concept of total quality from start to finish and strive for the quick turnaround our customers require.
Protecting the environment is a top priority of Duray Plating Company. We are in compliance with the M.A.C.T. standards for fume removal for hard chrome platers as well as the other local, state and federal environmental laws governing the plating industry including RoHS compliance.
Second to none, we provide a safe, healthy workplace. We Mandate and provide employees with OSHA, E.P.A. and RoHS compliant Safety Training Certification and Global Harmonized System (GHS) Training.
- Competitive Pricing
- Quick Turnaround
- Guaranteed Quality
- Superior Customer Service
- Prompt, On-Time Delivery
- Large or Small Orders
- Pick-up and Delivery Available
- Salvage; and Blueprint Work on New Parts
- 24 Hour a Day Service five days a week
- Emergency/Rush Services Available
- Credit Card Payment for customer convenience
- Engineer Support
- Quoted on a Job by Job Basis
In 1963, Duke Saas and Ray Kuehne founded Duray Plating Company in its present location, which at one time was an experimental division of the former General Hard Chrome Services (General Dry Battery) of Cleveland Ohio. In 1984, the owners (Duke Saas and Ray Kuehne) offered Kenneth Roth the opportunity to purchase the company. With Ken's four years of experience, expertise and love for the process of hard chrome plating at that point, decided to purchase the business. Ken's Brother Bruce, who had started working at Duray earlier that year as a plater, then assisting in sales, later became the Sales Manager. The next year in 1985, Ken's Brother Jeff joined the company as a plater, as he was also earning his Mechanical Engineering Degree, and later became the General Manager. Together the brothers have grown Duray Plating Company to be the first class organization it is known for today.