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1/10/2018

High-Purity-Metal Anodes Available for Electroplating

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Solder manufacturer Amerway Inc. offers a variety of standard and custom anodes for electroplating applications such as surface preparation, decorative finishing on metals and plastics, sealing, aircraft bearings, and electrical interconnects in microelectronic devices.

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Solder manufacturer Amerway Inc. offers a variety of standard and custom anodes for electroplating applications such as surface preparation, decorative finishing on metals and plastics, sealing, aircraft bearings, and electrical interconnects in microelectronic devices.

The company says it makes its anodes using only high-purity, virgin metals, including copper, nickel, tin, copper-tin, lead, tin-lead, tin-zinc, zinc and others. Typical anode forms include bars, stars, ovals, ingots, flats, nuggets, chunks, foil, ribbon, cathodes, cut cathodes, rectangles and slugs, as well as many custom shapes.

Amerway Inc. / 814-944-0200 / amerway.com

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