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Repurification System for Electroless Nickel Plating Baths Fidelity Chemical Products Corp. Newark, N.J. Fidelity Chemical is offering an electrodialysis repu- rification system that extracts unwanted byproducts from electroless nickel plating baths, ending the need to repeatedly discard used plating baths and replace with new. As a result bath remake costs, the cost of chemicals and labor costs to discard spent solutions are virtually eliminated. The electrodialysis repurification technology was developed by Zero Discharge Technologies Inc. (ZDT), Chicopee, Mass. Circle 105 on reader information card High-Speed Electroless Nickel Process Frederick Gumm Chemical Co. Inc. Kearny, N.J. Clepo ENBR-790 Electroless Nickel Process is a high-speed electroless nickel process specifically formu- lated to deposit a fully bright, uniform electroless nickel containing 7 to 9% phosphoi'us. It contains an advanced stabilizer system, which allows excellent stability and consistent brightness over the long life of the solution. Clepo ENBR-790 provides good barrier corrosion resis- tance properties and meets Military Specifications. The bath may be operated ammonia free, reducing waste treatment concerns. Circle 107 on reader information card Electroless Nickel Plating System McGean-Rohco Inc. Cleveland The new Armor VH-900 electroless nickel system is a three-component process, which offers a highly wear- resistant nickel deposit that's useful in a variety of manufacturing applications. The Armor VH-900 deposit is a low-phosphorus, nickel-phosphorus alloy. Hardness varies between about 730 to 840 HVlo o, with a deposi- tion rate of 0.6 to 0.8 mil/hr. Compressively stressed and pit free, the Armor VH-900 may be used as a replace- ment for chrome plating in selected applications. Circle 106 on reader information card Mid- and High-Phosphorus Electroless Nickel Heatbath Corp. Springfield, Mass. Heatbath Corp. has expanded its product line to in- clude advanced electroless nickel technology. Mid-Phos and Hi-Phos Nitec products provide corrosion protection at minimum thickness. Nitec High Speed is a low-cost electroless nickel engineered to benefit steel, copper, brass, and zinc. Plated over aluminum, Nitec High Speed substantially improves wear resistance. Nitec products are stable, offer high batch-to-batch repeatabil- ity, deliver uniformity of brightness throughout the life of the bath, and reduce both materials cost and waste volumes. Nitec electroless nickel baths allow more re- generations per bath, and are virtually mistake proof to operate. Heatbath electroless nickel offers low cost per mil/ft2 and is practical for baths of any size. Test pro- cessing is available. Circle 108 on reader information card 28 METAL FINISHING MARCH 1997

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Repurification System for Electroless Nickel Plating Baths Fidelity Chemical Products Corp. Newark, N.J.

Fidelity Chemical is offering an electrodialysis repu- rification system that extracts unwanted byproducts from electroless nickel plating baths, ending the need to repeatedly discard used plating baths and replace with new. As a result bath remake costs, the cost of chemicals and labor costs to discard spent solutions are virtually eliminated. The electrodialysis repurification technology was developed by Zero Discharge Technologies Inc. (ZDT), Chicopee, Mass.

Circle 105 on reader information card

High-Speed Electroless Nickel Process Frederick Gumm Chemical Co. Inc. Kearny, N.J.

Clepo ENBR-790 Electroless Nickel Process is a high-speed electroless nickel process specifically formu- lated to deposit a fully bright, uniform electroless nickel containing 7 to 9% phosphoi'us. It contains an advanced stabilizer system, which allows excellent stability and consistent brightness over the long life of the solution. Clepo ENBR-790 provides good barrier corrosion resis- tance properties and meets Military Specifications. The bath may be operated ammonia free, reducing waste treatment concerns.

Circle 107 on reader information card

Electroless Nickel Plating System McGean-Rohco Inc. Cleveland

The new Armor VH-900 electroless nickel system is a three-component process, which offers a highly wear- resistant nickel deposit that's useful in a variety of manufacturing applications. The Armor VH-900 deposit is a low-phosphorus, nickel-phosphorus alloy. Hardness varies between about 730 to 840 HVlo o, with a deposi- tion rate of 0.6 to 0.8 mil/hr. Compressively stressed and pit free, the Armor VH-900 may be used as a replace- ment for chrome plating in selected applications.

Circle 106 on reader information card

Mid- and High-Phosphorus Electroless Nickel Heatbath Corp. Springfield, Mass.

Heatbath Corp. has expanded its product line to in- clude advanced electroless nickel technology. Mid-Phos and Hi-Phos Nitec products provide corrosion protection at minimum thickness. Nitec High Speed is a low-cost electroless nickel engineered to benefit steel, copper, brass, and zinc. Plated over aluminum, Nitec High Speed substantially improves wear resistance. Nitec products are stable, offer high batch-to-batch repeatabil- ity, deliver uniformity of brightness throughout the life of the bath, and reduce both materials cost and waste volumes. Nitec electroless nickel baths allow more re- generations per bath, and are virtually mistake proof to operate. Heatbath electroless nickel offers low cost per mil/ft 2 and is practical for baths of any size. Test pro- cessing is available.

Circle 108 on reader information card

28 METAL FINISHING • MARCH 1997