Mr. Dai from Ningbo, Zhejiang is the owner of an electroplating factory engaged in copper nickel chromium electroplating process for various hardware and plastic accessories. Recently, Mr. Dai discovered during the production process that the amount of palladium activator used in plastic electroplating production lines is large and the cost of use is high. So Mr. Dai wanted to find a palladium activator with relatively low dosage.
One day, Mr. Dai saw Bigley's palladium activator while searching online, so he understood the characteristics of this palladium activator and inquired about the reason for the large amount of palladium activator used. After a detailed understanding of Mr. Dai's production situation, Bigley engineers explained to him that this is because some palladium activators on the market are still produced using traditional processes, and a large portion of palladium is made into non effective active ingredients. This results in a lower effective concentration of palladium activators, which increases the loss and consumption during the production process, resulting in a higher dosage of palladium activators.
Bigley's new research and development technology is used as the palladium activator, and the high-purity Palladium(II) chloride from Switzerland is used as the raw material to produce the palladium activator. The palladium content is relatively high, and the consumption and supplementation in the production process are relatively small, which saves costs. In addition, when mixed with hydrochloric acid, it has high activity, good stability, and a long service life of the working solution. After considering, Mr. Dai decided to purchase 1 kilogram of palladium activator for comparison.
Under the guidance of the engineer, Mr. Dai used this palladium activator and found that it had a higher palladium content and good activity than Grie's. The workpiece that used to take 3 minutes to settle palladium now only needs 30 seconds to settle, greatly improving production efficiency. In addition, the consumption of this palladium activator in the production process is also about 30% lower than before, which can effectively reduce production costs. Soon, Mr. Dai signed a purchase and sales contract with Bigley.
So, when we find that the amount of palladium activator used in plastic electroplating is large, we may try Bigley's palladium activator to effectively save production costs and improve production efficiency. If you are interested in this palladium activator, please contact Bigley customer service for sample links and detailed technical information!