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pH is rising in Electrophoretic solution



May 19, 2010

Dear Sir.

I have problem with electrophoretic solution.

The pH is up.

What I can do for bringing down the pH.

Kind regards

Mazen Bakdones
- Damascus, Syria



July 5, 2010

First check conductivity of the bath.seems high.Ultra filtration will help.
Still if pH is high try adding dilute acetic acid.
regards

t k mohan
T.K. Mohan
plating process supplier - Mumbai, India



July 29, 2010

In a good electrophoretic bath with healthy production volumes, the pH will always rise. You have to add pH controller provided by the paint supplier to bring the pH down. Please do not add any chemical to the electrophoretic bath which is not supplied by the paint supplier.

Gurvin Singh
Mohali, Punjab, India



August 4, 2010

You can adjust the anolyte conductivity upwards

sara michaeli
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Sara Michaeli
Tel-Aviv-Yafo, Israel


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