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Allowable Chloride and Sulphate Levels


(2001)

Dear Readers,

We would like to know the impact due to the high levels of Chlorides and sulphates in the Chrome bath and Nickel bath onto the plated components. Also, we would like to know the allowable limits of the chlorides and Sulphates in the bath.

We have commissioned a Ni-Cr recovery plant recently. In which the recovered Chrome and Nickel solutions contains chlorides and sulphates. Does this have some effect onto the plated components.

GOPALAKRISHNAN.N
TVS-Suzuki Ltd. - HOSUR, TAMILNADU, INDIA



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