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Copper Finishing "Cobratech" Dip




2001

I need to identify a finishing process called "Cobratech Dip" that has been called on a drawing for Copper Alloy 360.

What is it?

Any information will be much appreciated.

Robert Sorensen
Portland, Oregon USA



We'll be happy to correct this if we're wrong, but my first guess is that it's an Electrochemicals [Maple Plain, MN] product since they have a number of "Cobra" trade names.

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
Ted Mooney, P.E.
Striving to live Aloha
finishing.com - Pine Beach, New Jersey
2001


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Ed. note: We've learned that the manufacturer of Cobratec (no 'h') is PMC Specialties Group, Westlake, Ohio, and suspect that that may be what you may be looking for despite the spelling variation.




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