Fort Myers, Florida-based American Plating Power, a global supplier of industrial power conversion systems, has launched a new website, americanplatingpower.com.
American Plating Power will showcase its MSA Tower rectifiers, which consist of one master module and at least one power module.
The modular PowerRack rectifier from American Plating Power is designed to be a ready-to-go system that generates up to 100 kW output power and supports virtually all plating processes.
American Plating Power, LLC. offers 'state of the art' power supplies for general metal finishing industries and the Printed Circuit Board industry.
Brochure features power systems for surface finishing including high-current rectifiers, pulse plating rectifiers, pole reversal units, plating rectifiers, custom-made power supplies, controllers, rectifiers for the lab, multi-circuit power supplies and accessories.
Company offers 'state of the art' power supplies for general metal finishing industries and the Printed Circuit Board industry.
American Plating Power, LLC. will showcase its MPS Controller that has been specially designed for use in manual and semi-automatic plating processes.
Models include DC, Pulse and Pulse Reverse rectifiers using switch mode, thyristor, tap switch and variable transformer technology.
Please visit: American Plating Power, LLC.
13300-56 S Cleveland Ave.
Ft. Myers, FL 33907 US
Innovative Power Solutions
The MS-SERIES rectifiers are based on Switch Mode Technology. This reliable technology assures excellent quality DC currents with a ripple of <3% with a control accuracy of less than 1%. Due to the compact design of these rectifiers a high packaging density is achievable compared to thyristor - controlled rectifiers. The MS-SERIES features constant voltage and current control with easy, quick installation and maintenance.
The MT/MV-SERIES Rectifiers are compact and service-friendly designs which comply with high industrial requirements and guaranty excellent operational reliability. 'MT' stands for Thyristor Technology and 'MV' for Variable Transformer Technology.