Pre-treatment is an important step in electroplating. Oils and greases are used in the manufacture of components to facilitate the processing of the workpieces and to temporarily protect the metal surface from corrosion. Prior to electroplating, oils and greases must be removed from the parts, as residues can lead to defective coatings. A thorough pre-treatment is an important prerequisite for high-quality coatings. Depending on the process sequence, the pre-treatment can also include several process steps. For this application, Schlötter offers a range of soak degreasers as well as electrolytic degreasers for a variety of base materials such as steel, copper, brass as well as pre-treatments for aluminum and zinc die-casting.
Functional and ecorative coatings (GMF), PCB manufacturing, electronics and cathodic corrosion resistance coatings (CRC)
Anodic stripper for bright nickel-, brass-, copper-, and tin layers on iron base materilas.
Spraying process for the removal of metal resist layers made of tin. The stripper may be recycled in by-bass operation.
Process for electrolytic stripping of tin, lead and tin-lead alloys from stainless steel.
Cyanide Pickle for pre-treatment of aluminium to allow electroplating.
Pickle additive for long-running pickles with sodium hydroxide content
Strong alkaline stripper free of complexing agents for chemical stripping of tin and tin-lead from steel.
Alkaline-cyanide based stripper for electroless stripping of metal coatings from steel.
Acid stripper for chemical stripping of tin, nickel and combination layers from non-ferrous metals.
Acid stripper for electroless stripping of tin and tin-lead coatings, especially suitable for PCB manufacturing.
Alkaline, cyanide-free process for electroless stripping of nickel from steel, copper, brass and German silver.
Two-stage chemical process for the removal of tin, tin-lead and lead deposits from copper by spray methods. Application in continuous plating lines.
Copper activation acidic and free from complexing agents applied for the removal of Cu oxide layers in the PCB technology.
Two-stage chemical process for the removal of tin, tin-lead and lead deposits from copper by tank methods.
Electrolytic stripping of copper, chrome, nickel (including matt and semi-bright) from stainless steel jigs.
Produces a zinc layer on aluminium and its alloys which allows for direct plating.
Weak acidic, fluoride-free activation for Cu alloys which contain small quantities of silicon and Ni.
Cyanidic pickle for pre-tratment of aluminium before electro- or electroless plating.
SLOTOSTRIP VA 1390 is intended for the chemical stripping of Sn, Cu, bright- and semi bright Ni from racks made of stainless steel.
Acid aluminium pickle. Especially suitable for aluminium alloys.
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