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12/12/2017

Pretreatment Leads to Water-break-free Plating Surfaces

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Asterion provides customized soak, spray and electrocleaning process solutions designed for cost-effective and fast removal of soils and contaminants from steel, copper alloys, zinc die cast and other substrates.

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Asterion provides customized soak, spray and electrocleaning process solutions designed for cost-effective and fast removal of soils and contaminants from steel, copper alloys, zinc die cast and other substrates. Featuring phosphate and phosphate-free cleaners, the non-chelated processes are said to impart water-break-free surfaces for subsequent plating.

Suited for both rack and barrel operations, the pretreatment processes offer high oil retention and ease of handling, the company says.

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