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Electrtoless Nickel
ASTM B733 - AMS 2404G
Electroless Nickel Plating is an autocatalytic process using chemical reduction to plate nickel onto a solid substrate.  The plating can provide a hard, wear, and corrosion resistant coating without the use of electric current.  The major advantage of this process is that it is possible to coat the whole surface of a part evenly.  Difficult parts with complex geometries and recesses can achieve a uniform and controlled thickness without excess build up at edges or corners.  Electroless nickel plating can also eliminate the need for post-process machining to meet precise dimensions. Specifics and Advantages of Electroless Nickel Plating: Phosphorus Content o High Phosphorus Electroless Nickel – Offers excellent corrosion resistance and up to 1000 salt spray hours with .001” thick plating o Mid Phosphorus Electroless Nickel – Offers excellent abrasion resistance and above average corrosion resistance; this plating also offers the best appearance for aesthetic purposes Uniform plating – Will cover odd and complex geometries evenly with maximum coverage Increased Lubricity – Offers natural surface lubricity and can be increased further with the addition of Teflon® Controlled Plating – Electroless nickel can be added on to a part with a tolerance of approximately .0001”; Perfect for tight tolerance work Various materials – Electroless Nickel plating can be applied to a range of materials.  Steel, typically cold-rolled, is the most common and leads to the best results.  By using a wood strike technique other materials can also be plated including: stainless steel, brass, copper and zinc. Aluminum can be plated using a zincate solution.* EMI / RFI Shielding – Can be used to protect computer and electronic equipment.
ANODIZING & ELECTROLESS NICKEL PROCESSED AT: 1340 HOWARD ST. ELK GROVE VLG, IL 60007
On the left, before Electroless plating. On the right, after Electroless Plating.
Electroless nickel
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Electrtoless Nickel
ASTM B733 - AMS 2404G
Electroless Nickel Plating is an autocatalytic process using chemical reduction to plate nickel onto a solid substrate.  The plating can provide a hard, wear, and corrosion resistant coating without the use of electric current.  The major advantage of this process is that it is possible to coat the whole surface of a part evenly.  Difficult parts with complex geometries and recesses can achieve a uniform and controlled thickness without excess build up at edges or corners.  Electroless nickel plating can also eliminate the need for post-process machining to meet precise dimensions. Specifics and Advantages of Electroless Nickel Plating: Phosphorus Content o High Phosphorus Electroless Nickel – Offers excellent corrosion resistance and up to 1000 salt spray hours with .001” thick plating o Mid Phosphorus Electroless Nickel – Offers excellent abrasion resistance and above average corrosion resistance; this plating also offers the best appearance for aesthetic purposes Uniform plating – Will cover odd and complex geometries evenly with maximum coverage Increased Lubricity – Offers natural surface lubricity and can be increased further with the addition of Teflon® Controlled Plating – Electroless nickel can be added on to a part with a tolerance of approximately .0001”; Perfect for tight tolerance work Various materials – Electroless Nickel plating can be applied to a range of materials.  Steel, typically cold- rolled, is the most common and leads to the best results.  By using a wood strike technique other materials can also be plated including: stainless steel, brass, copper and zinc. Aluminum can be plated using a zincate solution.* EMI / RFI Shielding – Can be used to protect computer and electronic equipment.
ANODIZING & ELECTROLESS NICKEL PROCESSED AT: 1340 HOWARD ST. ELK GROVE VLG, IL 60007
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