Columbia Chemical's TriCol Process Enhances Metal Distribution

TriCol Décor process for trivalent chromium plating is chloride based for faster plating, according to the company  
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Columbia Chemical’s TriCol Décor process for trivalent chromium plating is chloride-based for faster plating and color stability, according to the company. It is also said to offer the brightest white color, high tolerance to current interruption, enhanced metal distribution and superior resin technology.

Columbia Chemical | 330-225-3200 | columbiachemical.com


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