7/7/2014

Asterion Video On Interpreting Hull Cell Panels

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In its second of three videos on Hull Cell Testing, Asterion reviews the interpretation of the results of a variety of plating baths.

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In its second of three videos on Hull Cell Testing, Asterion reviews the interpretation of the results of a variety of plating baths.

 

Patented in 1939, by R.O. Hull, the hull cell is one of the most useful qualitative test processes available to the metal finisher. It consists of a trapezoidal box which contains an anode of the material to be processed, a hull cell panel which is inserted against the sloping side of the trapezoid. A standard 267 ml hull cell is most commonly encountered.

 

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