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6/2/2014

EN System Reduces Nickel Concentration

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Coventya – Sur/Fin 2014, Booth 213

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Available from Coventya, Enova RI is a lead-free, reduced-ion electroless nickel system that incorporates additive chemistry to control the EN deposition process, resulting in improved operating efficiency. The resulting low-ionic-strength formulation is said to produce a variety of operating benefits over traditional lead-free nickel phosphorus-alloy systems without compromising deposit properties. According to Coventya, Enova RI provides wear resistance and corrosion protection in many environments.

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