A customer inquired about the use of bright acid copper additives in the production process, and what are the uses of acid copper coatings?
Based on on-site experience and the characteristics of the product's bright acid copper additive Cu-510, Bigley Technology has analyzed the following four main uses:
1. Can be used as decorative electroplating. This is widely used in copper plating processes for steel parts, zinc and zinc alloys, aluminum and aluminum alloys, and other workpieces to improve corrosion resistance and bright leveling performance. Especially for daily hardware and decorative parts with low processing prices that do not require high corrosion resistance, the process of thick copper and thin nickel can be used to reduce processing costs. In addition, it can also be applied to the production of low-cost handicrafts and decorative electroplating processes for plastic parts.
2. Can be used as a conductive coating. It can be plated with thick copper on steel and brass parts, which can replace the use of red copper parts and effectively reduce production costs. In addition, it can also be used as an electroplating copper process for the metallization of double-sided and multi-layer board holes in the printed board industry.
3. Can be used as a weldable coating. It can be electroplated with acid copper coating on steel parts, aluminum and aluminum alloys, and brass castings, effectively improving the welding performance of the coating.
4. Can be used as a surface coating. It can be used for repairing worn or over machined parts, copper plating on steel wires, electroforming complex workpieces, and electroplating on printing drums.
So, the use of Cu-510, a bright acid copper additive from Bigley, is very extensive, and the technical formula is mature. There are few decomposition products in the production process, the plating solution is stable, and the failure rate is low. It can meet the requirements of high fill copper plating for many different workpieces. If you are interested in the bright acid copper additive, please contact Bigley customer service to obtain free samples and detailed technical information!
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