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4/13/2015

Iridium Oxide Mesh Increases Anode Cycle Life

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De Nora’s Flex-n-Place iridium-oxide-coated mesh provides high plated product quality, on-site custom auxiliary anode fabrication, increased anode cycle life and a reduction in product cost when compared to platinum-niobium or platinum-titanium mesh.

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De Nora’s Flex-n-Place iridium-oxide-coated mesh provides high plated product quality, on-site custom auxiliary anode fabrication, increased anode cycle life and a reduction in product cost when compared to platinum niobium or platinum titanium mesh. It can be applied to auxiliary anodes in chrome plating applications such as wheels, wire wheels, bumpers and running boards.

The company also offers its DT mixed metal oxide anode coatings as well as lightweight titanium anodes. 

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