Gold plating is the process in which a new gold layer is coated over another metal by an electrochemical reaction. During the electrochemical reaction, a DC current gold ions from the gold bath solution are adhered onto the negatively charged piece or article. Gold itself is ductile and malleable. To enhance the properties of the articles, materials like Silver, Copper, and Nickel are introduced and gold plating is done to mimic the same appearance of gold. The plant is equipped with 2 beakers, separately powered for heating, with adjusting voltage from the potentiometer on the command panel with electronic protection and 2 magnetic stirrer motors to stir the solution properly in a beaker. The machine includes S.S. anodes for degreasing or Gold and Oxal anodes for Rhodium. The plant is a multi-purpose equipment which can replace more machines, saving space and cost.