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"Protecting copper bus bars from chrome solution"



2002

Was wondering if there is some type of coating that can protect the copper from being eaten away by the chrome liquid. Also if it is conductive would be great.

Ron McChesney
- Beamsville, Ontario, Canada
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2002

Electroless Nickel.

Todd Osmolski
- Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
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2002

An incomplete question. Chrome plating or chromate tank? buss bar or fixture or part? Temperature and time of exposure? Take a look at commercial plating racks that have a titanium or stainless steel "tubing" over the copper or aluminum for corrosion resistance and still have the electrical load capability of the copper or aluminum core. If it is chrome plating, switch to aluminum racks as they are attacked very slowly.

James Watts
- Navarre, Florida
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