When plating matte tin on workpieces, the coating in the high current area is prone to burning. You may want to try this matte tin additive

When plating matte tin on workpieces, the coating in the high current area is prone to burning. You may want to try this matte tin additive

Thu Jun 29 12:00:27 CST 2023

Mr. Wu is the owner of an electroplating factory in Leqing, Zhejiang that specializes in tinning electronic components, hardware and electrical accessories. Recently, Mr. Wu discovered during the production process that the high current area of the matte tin coating on large areas of workpieces is prone to burning. This phenomenon still exists after adjusting the various operating parameters of the plating solution. So Mr. Wu wanted to search online to see if this phenomenon was a problem with matte tin additives.

On this day, Mr. Wu saw Sn-808, a matte tin additive from Bigley, while searching online. He inquired about the characteristics of this additive and the reasons why the coating in the high current area of the workpiece is prone to burning. After a detailed understanding of Mr. Wu's production situation, Bigley engineers explained to him that this is because the current density range of the matte tin additive used is relatively narrow, and there is no problem with plating small areas of workpieces. However, the deposition speed of large areas of workpieces is relatively slow, but when the current density is increased, the high current area will experience burning phenomenon.

Bigley's matte tin additive Sn-808 adopts Bigley's new research and development technology, with the addition of TBC active ingredients and the production of imported raw materials. The workpiece can obtain a white and dense matte tin coating within a wide range of current density, and the coating is uniform and stable, with excellent weldability. After Mr. Wu understood the characteristics of this product and inquired about its price, he purchased a bucket of matte tin additive Sn-808.

Under the guidance of the engineer, Mr. Wu used this matte tin additive Sn-808, and the current density of the workpiece during production was adjusted to be higher than before. The coating of the workpiece did not show any burning phenomenon, greatly reducing the failure rate of the workpiece, reducing the treatment frequency of the plating solution, and effectively improving production efficiency. So, Mr. Wu placed another order and signed a purchase and sales contract with Bigley.

So, when we find that the high current area of our workpiece is prone to burning during the process of plating matte tin, we can try the Sn-808 matte tin additive from Bigley to reduce defect rates and effectively improve production efficiency. If you are interested in this matte tin additive, you can contact Bigley customer service to obtain free samples and detailed technical information!