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Cyanide-Free Silver Plating Process Meets Environmental Responsibility Standards

Technic’s new cyanide-free silver plating process addresses the global demand for an environmentally-safe, high-performance silver process.  
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Source | Technic

Technic (Cranston, R.I.)  has announced the release of its new cyanide-free silver plating process chemistry Technisilver Cyless II W, designed for general metal finishing, decorative and electronic component/connector applications. Cyless II W addresses the global demand for an environmentally-safe, high-performance silver process.  

While many cyanide-free silver plating products suffer from a yellowish or dull deposit appearance, Technisilver Cyless II-W is said to produce a bright, non-yellow appearance with even distribution. Easily controlled adjustments reportedly provide a bright or semi-bright finish, as desired. 

Technic expects the non-cyanide process to be well-received in manufacturing regions around the world where environmental regulations have become more stringent.

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