Chrome Plating Solution 500 ml

Chrome Plating Solution 500 ml

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Brand: Dr Galva

Common Name: chrome plating solution

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Chrome Plating Solution 500 ml.



Chrome Electrolyte 500 ml - Chrome Plating Solution



high-performance electrolyte for galvanic chromium plating



bright deposition



works already at room temperature



wide current density range



suitable for bath electroplating and pin electroplating



Please note this is just the solution, you will need the anodes ,ideally aluminium



Description



High-quality chrome electrolyte for self-chrome plating



Chrome coatings not only protect against oxidation and corrosion, but also give workpieces an attractive appearance. Our electrolyte is based on chromium(III). While the industry originally mostly used chromium(VI), nowadays chromium(III) compounds are mostly used for chrome plating, as this process poses a much lower risk to humans and nature. This electrolyte contains all our know-how - we were able to make it much brighter and more powerful. Current densities of up to 20A/dm² can be achieved. Usually, chromium is deposited in the layer system copper-nickel-chromium, whereby the nickel intermediate layer additionally protects against corrosion.




The advantages:



uncomplicated electroplating process for applying a chromium layer



chrome layer is very similar in colour to the results of hexavalent chromium baths



can be used for all common processes such as bath electroplating and pin electroplating/tampon electroplating



impresses through high adhesion and abrasion resistance



works at room temperature (temperature range 15 to 50 °C)



has a high hardness of up to 1200 HV



good reflection and gloss



higher permissible metal impurities than comparable processes, thus easier to use




In order to achieve a perfect result with the chrome electrolyte, the appropriate anodes are required for the galvanic process used. Anodes made of aluminium, platinised titanium, platinum or iridium are recommended.



Aluminium anodes have proven to be particularly advantageous, they are especially cost-effective and the electrolyte retains its excellent colour.