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"White Nickel Plating"



2000

We are a job shop in Puerto Rico, and have had some inquiries from several prospective clients about "white nickel" plating. Someone suggested this might be some sort of alloy plating, but we have not been able to get any information on this finish. Can you help?

Wilbert Medina
- Bayamon, Puerto Rico
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2000

White nickel is Tin/Cu/Zn and there are a few commercial processes out there.

George Shahin
George Shahin
Atotech - Rock Hill, South Carolina
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2000

The "white nickel" is generally used as an undercoat in the jewelry business as a replacement for nickel. Check with some of the precious metals process suppliers e.g. Technic I believe you will find they have proprietary processes.

Gene Packman
process supplier - Great Neck, New York
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