When nickel plating additives are used for production, the method of adding additives

When nickel plating additives are used for production, the method of adding additives

Fri Dec 09 08:53:53 CST 2022

    In the production process of using nickel plating additives, we can correctly add additives to ensure that the produced workpieces can meet the requirements in appearance and performance.So how should we add additives correctly?

    According to the field experience and the characteristics of the nickel plating additive Ni-301, Bigolly Technology has made an analysis, mainly including the following two points:

    1. Supplement according to the consumption of additives in the product manual, usually in milliliters (ml) per kiloampere hour (KA. H).Generally, the consumption of nickel plating additives is 150~250ml/KA. H.This consumption is calculated based on the current of the rectifier and the electricity consumption per hour, and of course, the consumption brought by the plating solution.Such consumption supplement will be more accurate.

    2. The additional amount is calculated according to the plated area of the product.The amount of additive consumed per kiloampere hour per unit area shall be calculated by calculating the plating area, current density and plating time of the workpiece, and then added as needed.

    In the actual production process, we often do not wait until the additives are consumed before adding, but when the additives consume 1/2~1/3, we need to add according to the consumption.In addition, Hull cell test should be used regularly to check whether the amount of additives in the plating solution is normal, which can effectively ensure that the amount of additives is within the process range.

    Therefore, in the process of using nickel plating additives, we add according to the consumption per kiloampere hour, and combine the Hull cell experiment method to manage the plating solution, saving additives and reducing the occurrence of failures.If you are interested in nickel plating additives, please contact the Bigolly customer service for free samples and detailed technical information!

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