Mr. Deng from Dongguan is the owner of an electroplating factory engaged in the production and processing of galvanized nickel alloys for various automotive and hardware parts. In the past month or so, Mr. Deng's workpieces have always been complained by customers about the phenomenon of nodules and cracks in the zinc nickel alloy coating, which seriously affects the appearance and performance of the workpieces. So Mr. Deng wanted to find a zinc nickel alloy brightener with a thick coating that would not cause nodulation.
One day, Mr. Deng saw Bigley's alkaline zinc nickel alloy brightener BZ-617 while searching online, so he had a detailed understanding of the characteristics of this brightener and consulted with the workpiece coating 30 μ Will the thickness of m cause nodules. After understanding Mr. Deng's production situation, engineers from Bigley explained to him that some zinc nickel alloy brighteners on the market do not crystallize densely enough during the application process, resulting in very fine cracks. After the coating is thick, the coating will form nodules due to cracks, which makes it easy for the coating to peel off and has poor corrosion resistance.
And Bigley's alkaline zinc nickel alloy brightener BZ-617 is a product that has been upgraded through technical formulas and is produced using imported raw materials. The plating solution has good stability, and the workpiece can obtain a soft and dense zinc nickel alloy coating. The coating has low brittleness, good adhesion, and even if the coating is thick, there will be no peeling or cracking. It is very suitable for subsequent use of workpieces that require mechanical processing and good corrosion resistance. After considering it, Mr. Deng decided to purchase a small amount of alkaline zinc nickel alloy additive BZ-617 and give it a try.
Under the guidance of the engineer, Mr. Deng used this alkaline zinc nickel alloy brightener BZ-617, and compared it with the previous brightener, the previous coating was 30 μ After m, there will be nodules, and the current plating thickness is 50 μ The phenomenon of nodules and cracks will not occur even when the thickness is m, and the corrosion resistance of the workpiece coating is greatly improved compared to before. In this way, Mr. Deng effectively reduced the defect rate of workpieces and improved production efficiency, ensuring that the produced workpieces can meet the high quality requirements of customers. Soon, Mr. Deng placed a large order and signed a long-term cooperative purchase and sales contract with Bigley.
So, when the zinc nickel alloy coating on the workpiece becomes thicker during the production process, there may be nodules and cracks. We should try Bigley's alkaline zinc nickel alloy brightener BZ-617 as soon as possible to effectively reduce the defect rate of the workpiece and improve production efficiency. If you are interested in alkaline zinc nickel alloy brighteners, please contact Bigley customer service for free samples and detailed technical information!