"What metal plating offers low thermal emissivity plus high temperature capability?"
We have SS316 and Copper heated parts up to 1000 F. We are seeking for a metal surface deposit which have a surface thermal emissivity bellow 0.2 up to 1000 F and that will not be affected at this temperature in air for a period of time up to 200 hours. Can it be done with electroplating of a particular metal?
Bruno Francoeur Hydro-Quebec - Varennes, Quebec, Canada
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Pat Lamusga - Browerville, MN, USA
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