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Dull tin plating




We are using solderon acid bath for tin plating. In that we are facing a dull plating of tin immediately after a week of preparation of a new bath

J.Billy Joel
plating shop manager - India
2006



It could be due to imbalance of Solderon Primary & Secondary and/or organic contamination. Use hull cell or rotary cell to justify if carbon treatment and/or Solderon Primary/Secondary adjustment can help.

David Shiu
David Shiu
- Singapore
2006



Dear Mr.Joel,
Check the water quality to be used. It should be chloride free.

Harish Gurnani
- AHMEDABAD, GUJARAT, India
2006




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