We all know that in the production process of using nickel plating brighteners, blackening of the low area coating of workpieces is a common fault phenomenon.
Many customers have reported that during the production process using nickel plating additives, the nickel coating on the workpiece is always prone to rust, which affects the performance and service life of the workpiece.
A customer inquired about the poor leveling effect of the plating solution during the production process using nickel plating brighteners.
A customer inquired that in the production process of using chemical copper plating additives, the plating solution needs to be continuously stirred with compressed air. Why is this?
A customer inquired that during the production process of using zinc nickel alloy brightener, the sodium carbonate content in the plating solution should be controlled within the range of 50g/L.
We all know that chemical nickel plating solution can deposit nickel phosphorus alloy coatings on the surfaces of iron, steel, zinc alloys, aluminum alloys and copper alloys after zinc immersion treatment.