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Electroless Nickel Plating Integrity
Our product is made out of brass with an electroless nickel plating finish as means of corrosion resistance. The product is exposed to chlorinated water and lime and other chemicals to kill bacteria. The problem we are experiencing is that it appears that the water is attacking the surface finish and also the Buna N o-rings that are in the product. Is this possible.
- Clifton, New Jersey
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