Mr. Deng from Shenzhen, Guangdong, is the owner of a electroplating factory that specializes in tinning various electronic and mechanical hardware. Previously, Mr. Deng's workpieces were prone to yellowing and discoloration after high temperature nickel plating. As this will seriously affect the solderability of the tin plated coating on the workpiece, Mr. Deng wants to find a high-performance high temperature nickel additive.
One day, Mr. Deng saw Bigley's high temperature nickel additive Ni-3000 while searching online, and asked about the performance and process parameters of this high-temperature nickel additive. Later, during detailed communication with Mr. Deng, the engineer learned that Mr. Deng was worried about the phenomenon of yellowing and discoloration of the nickel plating layer on the workpiece. Therefore, the engineer explained to Mr. Deng that this high-temperature nickel additive, Ni-3000, was a newly developed product by Bigley, and had a strong ability to resist discoloration. The coating did not discolor after a high-temperature reflow test at 260-270 ℃ for 3 minutes, which can be applied to various high-quality substrate coatings for electronic components and tin plating.
Mr. Deng was very interested in this, so he directly purchased a small batch of high temperature nickel additive Ni-3000. Under the guidance of an engineer, Mr. Deng applied this high-temperature nickel additive and found that the efficiency of nickel plating was relatively high, which could save electroplating time; The plating layer has strong anti discoloration ability, and the workpiece does not discolor after welding reflow test, still maintaining good solderability. Moreover, the plating layer has low stress and good dispersion performance, which is very consistent with the requirements for tin plating production of electronic and hardware workpieces. Therefore, Mr. Deng placed an order again and signed a long-term cooperative purchase and sales agreement with Bigley.
Therefore, the underlying nickel layer of our workpiece before tin plating is prone to yellowing and discoloration. You may wish to try this high-temperature nickel additive, Ni-3000, from Bigley. If you are interested in high-temperature nickel additives, you may wish to contact Bigley Customer Service for free samples and detailed technical information!