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Sulphamate Nickel Grain Refiner




Is there a grain refiner for nickel sulfamate solution?

Veronica Dewis
- FL,USA
2001



Sure, Veronica ... although the suppliers tend to call the additive for sulphamate nickel "hardener" rather than grain refiner. See if that term gets you rolling. Good luck.

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



Another way to reduce grain size is to use a pulse plating or periodic reverse type of rectifier.

Pat Mentone
Pat Mentone
St Paul, Minnesota
2001


Hi, there is a Pulse Reverse NickelChloride which gives finer grains than Sulphamate Nickel. Bath composition is cheaper than Sulphamate, no additives needed.

Lars B. Andersen
- Denmark
2001




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