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Failed hydrogen embrittlement test after EN plating



(-----) 2004

We failed a hydrogen embrittlement test on Electroless Nickel; we checked our process, chemicals and oven and everything is o.k.; what cause to fail the hydrogen embrittlement test?

Lupe Camacho
Plating shop - Anaheim , California, USA
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2004

What test, specifically, did it fail? The biggest reason that I found was operators staying in the acid etch tank too long. Frequently to remove oxides from hardening. A virtual guarentee of failure.

James Watts
- Navarre, Florida
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