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5/11/2017

Columbia Chemical Offers Trivalent Chromium Process with Faster Plating Speed

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Columbia Chemical’s TriCOL trivalent chromium electroplating processes are chloride-based for a faster plating speed as compared to processes operating in full sulfate electrolytes.

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Columbia Chemical’s TriCOL trivalent chromium electroplating processes are chloride-based for a faster plating speed as compared to processes operating in full sulfate electrolytes. According to the company, this minimizes cost in plating line modifications for existing hexavalent chromium plating line conversions that would need to accommodate the slower plating speed of a sulfate-based trivalent chromium process.

The TriCOL Décor process for white trivalent chromium plating and TriCOL BlackJack process for black trivalent chromium plating are said to offer enhanced metal distribution across the entire current density plating range.  

 

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