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I have been told that an arc welder can be used in place of a rectifier for stripping chrome in a bath of sulfuric acid. I have a welder that runs at about 30 volts 200 amps Would this do the job? And what size bath and acid concentration should I use ?
metal polishing - Cairns, Queensland, Australia
Are you trying to strip off only the chrome, or do you want to strip off all plating of a copper-nickel-chrome plate?
Falls Township, Pennsylvania
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