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Platinum Coating of Titanium


(2000)

Am interested in Platinum coating Titanium Cylinders approx. I/D 50 mm; O/D 60 mm; Length 50 mm. Have heard this is possible by dipping in a solution and then raising temperature. Application is de-ionizing drinking water. .. Regards .. Ray Lyus

Ray Lyus
Rasico - Jo'Burg S.Frica

(2000)

Yes, heat treating has been described, but there may be improved methods. This process is done all the time, but may be semi-proprietary, if not downright patented, and certainly closely held.

Track down the makers of platinized titanium anodes and see what they can do for you, or contact the suppliers of precious metal chemicals.

pooky
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Tom Pullizzi
Falls Township, Pennsylvania



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