Bright Nickel Plating Solution - Bath or Brush
Gold Plating Services’ Bright Nickel Plating Solution is an electroplating solution that is specially designed to plate a hard, bright nickel deposit onto most types of metallic surfaces*. When correctly applied to a properly prepared surface the nickel plate can provide a beautiful, high luster decorative finish by itself. Also, because of its excellent appearance, hardness, and other physical properties, bright nickel plate is the most common material used as an under plate for subsequent finish plating with metals such as chrome, gold, rhodium and other types of decorative finishes.
*A few metals such as zinc, stainless steel, and tungsten require special pretreatment or activation before plating with Bright Nickel Plating Solution. For information about using our Bright Nickel Plating Solution for a specific application or process please email our excellent Technical Support Department. Provide as many details about your project as you can. Be sure to include size, quantity, base material, and the purpose of the plating. We will get back with you with our recommendation. Send your email inquiry to Tech.firstname.lastname@example.org
Wanting to plate onto Aluminum? Bare aluminum cannot be plated onto with any of our solutions. Our solutions will plate onto most types of metal, however, trying to plate onto bare aluminum with our solutions will not work. This is because aluminum requires a specialized under-plate process that is not suitable for consumer level plating operations. This process must be performed on an industrial level by trained professionals. We do not sell the process or provide support for plating onto unprepared aluminum surfaces. Any attempts to plate onto bare aluminum with our products will not work, please purchase with this in mind.
Plating Demo using our Bright Nickel Solution to Gold Plate onto Copper
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Technical Data Sheet for this product when brush plating.
Technical Data Sheet for this product when bath plating.