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High Phos Nickel Electroplating



January 15, 2009

I am interested in a process for producing a high phos (Min 13%) nickel electroplating
deposit

Lou Hirbour
Consultant - Yorba Linda Ca. USA



January 19, 2009

You find a contractor that does it.
It is not cheap to set up an EN line, but if you want to, the best way is to talk to several of the companies that sell the high P EN solutions and pick the one that you like the best. They will provide you with the information on how to run it best. Forget home brew until you can operate a proprietary solution for over one year.

James Watts
- Navarre, Florida



January 22, 2009

In its chapter on nickel plating, the Metals Handbook (ASM) mentions a chemistry allegedly able to electroplate a Nickel+Phosphorous alloy. Is there any particular reason not to look for the more commercially available electroless technology?

Guillermo Marrufo
Monterrey, NL, Mexico


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