Asterion Introduces New Zinc-Nickel Process
Asterion’s TECHNILLOY ZN NI 770 process offers corrosion protection, while delivering consistent and repeatable uniform surfaces.
Source | Asterion
Asterion LLC (Indianapolis, Ind.) has introduced an acid, zinc-nickel process known as TECHNILLOY ZN NI 770. Approved and specified by leading automotive and heavy equipment manufacturers, the new process offers corrosion protection, while delivering consistent and repeatable uniform surfaces.
TECHNILLOY ZN NI 770 is formulated to plate heat-treated, difficult-to-plate fasteners and other complex part geometries. The process boasts uniform zinc-nickel distribution with high current density efficiency and good throwing power and coverage. The non-ammoniated process is compatible with clear, black, and yellow trivalent passivates, and plates on steel, cast iron and sintered metal. It offers an aesthetically pleasing bright finish and is suited for both rack and barrel operations.
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