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Interested in Kanigen process


(1998)

Please explain to me what the Kanigen process is, is it high phos, mid phos, or ? electroless nickel.

David McKay
Highland Hts, Ohio


(1998)

My reference indicates that it is a NiP electroless nickel deposit. Since it is proprietary, the best place to look for details is from the manufacturer. I'm sure that you can vary the P content around some midpoint.

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Tom Pullizzi
Falls Township, Pennsylvania

(1998)

Sir,

I believe that Kanigen was the first commercial E-nickel process.

I had heard several negatives about it when I was first starting out and can not speak to how true they are but are worth investigating from them directly and with competing companies.

They control the entire process, IE: their equipment and chemicals for the entire line. for this, you get to advertize the "Kanigen" nickel.

The second knock was they were higher priced than others.

The third was they had not advanced with the rest of the industry.

Like I said, I do not know how true it is today.

I do know that several companies make excellent electroless nickel and are very competetive. Some have better customer support after the sale than others, largely depending on the area of the country you are in.

You can find their (kanigen and competitors) phone number in some trade pubs and very probably the thomas register or similar publication.

I am not knocking their company, but make sure that it is the product that you want.

James Watts
- Navarre, Florida


(1999)

Hello, We are looking for the name adress, etc. of a company in the south of france. This company is supposed to have the possibility to handle large objects. Any further information on the proces kanigen is welcome.

Iwan Scholte
Huisman Special Lifting Equipment


(2000)

Electro-Coatings owns the rights to the Kanigen process in the U.S. It is the orginal E.N. process.

Mark S Freer
electrocoatings shop - Houston, Texas



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