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Electrocleaning in a Barrel

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Q. Can you perform electrocleaning in a plating barrel? C.A.

 

A. Yes, you can perform both anodic and cathodic electrocleaning in a barrel. The following link gives a brief overview of the electrocleaning process used in the plating industry: pfonline.com/articles/preparation-for-electroplating. This article is a concise overview of types of soils that can be removed using the process. It also describes different types of cleaners and contains a number of illustrations that you can review.  

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