Mr. Zheng from Qingyuan, Guangdong is the owner of an electroplating factory engaged in the electroplating of zinc nickel alloys for various automotive parts, motorcycle parts, and hardware parts. Mr. Zheng found during the production process that after using the zinc nickel alloy plating solution for a period of time, the stability of the plating solution is poor, and the deposition rate will decrease. If the plating solution is not treated properly, it will affect the quality of the workpiece coating and production efficiency. So Mr. Zheng wanted to find a zinc nickel alloy additive with good stability.
One day, Mr. Zheng saw Bigley's alkaline zinc nickel alloy additive BZ-617 while searching online. He then had a detailed understanding of the performance and operating parameters of this additive and inquired about the stability of the plating solution. After understanding Mr. Zheng's production situation, engineers from Bigley recommended that Mr. Zheng use Bigley's alkaline zinc nickel alloy additive BZ-617.
This alkaline zinc nickel alloy additive BZ-617 is an upgraded product using Bigley's technical formula and imported raw materials. It has good chemical stability and is not easily decomposed during use. The plating solution remains clear for long-term production, and the deposition rate does not decrease. It is very suitable for electroplating zinc nickel alloys for various automotive parts. After considering it, Mr. Zheng decided to purchase a small amount of BZ-617 and give it a try.
Under the guidance of the engineer, Mr. Zheng used this alkaline zinc nickel alloy additive BZ-617 and found that the stability performance of the plating solution was indeed better than before. The color of the plating solution would become lighter after two days of production suspension, and it needs to be adjusted before production can proceed; After using this BZ-617, the color of the plating solution will not become lighter even after being discontinued for a week. The plating solution can be directly produced without adjustment, and the deposition speed of the workpiece has been consistent after more than a month of use, which greatly reduces the defect rate of the workpiece and makes production more worry and labor-saving. Soon, Mr. Zheng signed a cooperation agreement with Bigley.
So, when we find that the stability of the plating solution is poor and the deposition rate decreases during the process of galvanizing nickel alloy for our workpieces, we might as well try Bigley's alkaline zinc nickel alloy additive BZ-617. If you are interested in zinc nickel alloy additives, please contact Bigley customer service for free samples and detailed technical information!