Cadmium- and Lead-Free Mid-Phosphorous Electroless Nickel Process

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Posted on: 5/28/2004

ENPLATE EN-806 cadmium- and lead-free, mid-phosphorous (7-8%) electroless nickel plating process was developed in response to industry intiatives, including teh End-of-Life Vehicle Directive (ELVD) and the Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment Direction (WEEE).  it is suited for automotive and electronic applications and can be plated onto steel, aluminum and zinc die cast.

ENPLATE EN-806 cadmium- and lead-free, mid-phosphorous (7-8%) electroless nickel plating process was developed in response to industry intiatives, including teh End-of-Life Vehicle Directive (ELVD) and the Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment Direction (WEEE).  it is suited for automotive and electronic applications and can be plated onto steel, aluminum and zinc die cast. The process is said to provide stability and a consisten plating rate when used in ghigh or low workload situations. Edge pullback and plate-out interruptions are eliminated.

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