Some customers reported that in the process of using high-speed tin plating additives, sometimes there are too many foam in the plating solution, which is easy to bring foam to the rear plating bath, thus affecting the electroplating effect of the workpiece. What is the cause of too much foam in the bath?
A customer inquired that during the process of using potassium chloride zinc plating brightener, there was always fogging in the low area of the test piece when taking the plating solution for Hull groove testing. What is the reason for this?
A friend is constantly experiencing burning in the high current area of the workpiece produced during the use of acid copper brightener, which is very frustrating. What is the reason for this phenomenon?
A friend consulted and said that during the production process of using nickel plating additives on their aluminum alloy workpieces, the coating of the workpieces may become rough. What is the reason for this?
Three reasons for the brittleness of the workpiece plating layer and easy peeling off during the application of acid tin plating additives.
Reasons for easy oxidation and discoloration of the workpiece coating during the use of acid copper brighteners