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topic 6476

Pickle bath for castings?


(2000)

I am looking for a pickle bath make up. I have some casting parts that are need to be stripped. I have heard that pickling them is the best way to go. I have also heard that a mixture of nitric acid and ammonium bifluoride is great. I do not know the ratios and are there any other pickling baths for stripping casting parts. Any help would be appreciated.

Elwood Allan
- Tualatin OR USA


(2000)

Stripping what from what kind of casting?

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Tom Pullizzi
Falls Township, Pennsylvania


(2000)

In addition to Toms question..what are you trying to remove from the casting?

Marc Green
Marc Green
anodizer - Boise, Idaho



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