Pollution Control for Plating

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Published: 11/1/2016

Improving Acid Zinc Coverage and Brightness
Q. We plate our parts in a mixed acid-zinc rack bath, containing both ammonium and potassium chloride. How do we improve our zinc deposit’s clarity, brightness and thickness, especially in the low current density (LCD) areas of our parts without sac...

Published: 8/1/2016

Plating Clinic: Non-Dyed Versus Dyed Acid Copper
Q. What is the difference between non-dyed vs. dyed acid copper technologies?

Published: 7/1/2016

Plating Clinic: Cleaner Bath Life
Q. My cleaners are not lasting nearly as long as they should. What can I do to lengthen the life of my cleaner bath?

Published: 6/1/2016

Plating Q&A: Reduced Brightness and Thickness
Why aren't our parts as bright as they were before plating?

Published: 4/22/2015

Saving Energy and Reducing Noxious Fumes
I am exploring the possibility of using polypropylene balls as thermal insulation in some of our process tanks. Can you share some of your general insights on this practice?

Published: 1/19/2015

Saving Energy and Reducing Noxious Fumes
Can you share your insight on using polypropylene balls as thermal insulation in process tanks?

Published: 12/1/2014

Nickel Roughness
What causes roughness on the tops of nickel-plated parts?

Published: 12/1/2014

Pitting in Acid Zinc Plating
What causes pitting on steel part surfaces after acid zinc plating?

Published: 9/1/2014

Fishing for Parts
What are some tips for retrieving parts that fall into plating tanks?

Published: 6/3/2014

Water Problems
Does city water require further treatment before being used in electro-plating?