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Is diffused nickel-cadmium plating a hazardous material





December 14, 2011

Q. When nickel-cadmium diffused are used together for plating, Is it still considered to be hazardous? Cadmium is a hazardous material of on its own.

Candy Linn
- Pico Rivera, California, USA



December 19, 2011

Hi Candy,

Both nickel and cadmium are considered hazardous substances, when diffused they are still hazardous. It really all depends on how you plan to use the coated part whether that is an issue to you or not.

Brian Terry
Aerospace - Yeovil, Somerset, UK


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