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Electrolytic tinning
aluminumsteelstainless steel

electrolytic tinning
electrolytic tinning
electrolytic tinning
electrolytic tinning
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Characteristics

Type
electrolytic
Substrate
aluminum, steel, stainless steel, cast iron, bronze, copper, brass

Description

Tin is an electrolytic plating process that deposits a layer of tin onto the substrate which provides a conductive and solderable finish. Pioneer metal finishing offers the following tin plating options: • Bright Tin (RoHS Compliant) • Matte Tin (RoHS Compliant) Standard Specification ASTM B545 RoHS, REACH, ELV & WEEE Compliant Performance Benefits Solderability Conductivity Receptive Metals Aluminum Alloy (requires electroless nickel underplate) Aluminum Casting Stainless Steel Steel (stainless and mild- requires nickel underplate) Brass Bronze Copper Cast Iron (requires nickel underplate) Thickness .0001- .001” 100-1000 uin. Max Part Size 36" x 24" x 30" 35 pounds per part
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