De Nora will highlight its GreenChrome anodes, which the company says were specially developed for environmentally responsible trivalent chromium plating systems. The anodes are said to be compatible with major chemistries and are available in a variety of complex structures in solid sheet or mesh material.
GreenChrome anodes are dimensionally stable, highly conductive and offer a titanium metal structure that makes them lighter for ease of installation and removal. According to the company, they can replace hazardous lead-based anodes to eliminate an environmental and health and safety hazard.
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The average plating shop has about eight finishing lines in use, while the average Top Shops has almost 13 lines, according to the 2017 Products Finishing Top Shops Benchmarking Survey results.