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"Electroless and sulfamate nickel plating problems"



1999

What variables can cause pitting problems from electroless nickel plating (10.5 to 12.0% phosphorous concentration)?

Also, is the salt spray test recommended for the nickel sulfamate process?

bob hines
- Worthington, Ohio
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1999

Dear Mr Bob

If you plate over 100 µm you must have a type of dummy in your electroless plating bath. And the filtration must be over a filter with 2-5 micron. And make sure that the hydrogen is properly evacuated.

Sincerely

Anders Sundman
Anders Sundman
4th Generation Surface Engineering
Consultant - Arvika,
Sweden

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