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is there someone who has experience with a chromedialisator, this to remove iron or other metals from a hard-chrome plating bath?

Andy d'HAen
- Belgium


They work very nicely in hard chrome. fringe benefit is they oxidize trivalent back to hexavalent, which is important if you are doing lots of ID plating. High priced unit-Eco-Tech, Pickering Ont. Less pricey-Hard Chrome Consultants in Cleveland OH

James Watts
- Navarre, Florida


Andy, we are using an electrodialyses cell, and it works very good. just like James says. Contact me for supplier info. Our company is located in Holland.

Tim Jaarsma
Hardchroom Techniek Nederland - Hengelo, The Netherlands

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