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"Stripping nickel from beryllium"
I'm doing some development work and need to strip electroplated nickel from a beryllium substrate with no effect to the beryllium. Extremely minor etching will be acceptable but not preferred.Bob Denney
avionics Tampa, Florida
Type www.befacts.com in your preferred browser. It will lead you to a site dedicated to beryllium.Guillermo Marrufo
Monterrey, NL, Mexico
We use a proprietary two part organic stripper from OMG Fidelity called 3136A and 3136B. This works very well on all copper alloy substrates. It takes a little longer with electroless nickel, but starting it off with an acid nickel stripper and then rinsing and continuing with the fidelity stripper helps greatly. Unfortunately it may only be available in larger quantities (3136B - 15 gallons or greater).David Muliyil
Connectors and Cable Assemblies - Mesa, Arizona