The electroless nickel process for aluminum alloys provides a uniform coating that increases corrosion resistance and hardness. However, the characteristics of the aluminum alloy surface may result in poor bonding between the nickel coating and the aluminum alloy substrate. Poor bonding can be caused by several reasons:
Alkaline electrozinc plating process and acid electrozinc plating process are two common zinc plating methods for metal surface treatment, which differ in terms of the nature of the plating solution, the characteristics of the plated layer, the productivity and the environmental impact.
The advantages of electroless nickel plating include good corrosion resistance as well as increased hardness and wear resistance. Customers can choose from a wide range of Bigely nickel plating processes (high, medium and low phosphorus) depending on their processing needs. So, what is the effect of different phosphorus content on the plating? The effects are as follows:
The effect of bright tin plating on the electrical resistance of electronic components is usually small, but it still depends on the thickness and quality of the coating. Bright tin plating is the application of a layer of tin or tin alloy to a conductive part of an electronic component (such as the conductive path of a printed circuit board, component pins, etc.), which serves several purposes: