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Bright Nickel-Iron alloy electroplating process ; Substitute nickel plating ; FI-F2

Bright Nickel-Iron alloy electroplating process ; Substitute nickel plating ; FI-F2

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    Nickel-Iron Alloy Electroplating
  •  Characteristic
    Suitable For Electroplating Tubular Products
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    Standard export packaging
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    15-25 work days
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Bright Nickel-Iron alloy electroplating process ; Substitute nickel plating ; FI-F2

Bright Nickel-Iron alloy electroplating process ; Substitute nickel plating  




FI-F2 bright nickel-iron alloy electroplating process is suitable for the electroplating of tubular products, and can be widely used in protective-decorative electroplating of bicycles, furniture, sewing accessories, daily hardware and other products. Using the bright nickel-iron alloy electroplating additive produced by our company, the obtained coating is smooth, bright, and has good ductility. The process bath is stable, easy to operate, saves 15-25% of nickel compared to bright nickel plating, has low nickel content in the base solution, low preparation cost, less carry-out loss and good economic benefits.


1. Bath composition and Operation condition

Formula and Operation Condition Range Optimum
Nickel sulfate 180-200 g/L 200 g/L
Nickel chloride 40-50 g/L 45 g/L
Boric acid 40-50 g/L 45 g/L
Ferrous sulfate 10-20 g/L 15 g/L
Stabilizer S-1 20-30 ml/L 25 ml/L
Brightener F-2 0.5-0.8 ml/L 0.5 ml/L
Softener P-2 10-15 ml/L 12 ml/L
Temperature 55-65℃  
pH 3.0-3.5  
DK 2-5 A/dm2  
DA 1-3 A/dm2  
Area ratio of nickel anode to iron anode 10-15:1  
Material of iron anode DT1-DT4  
Stirring Cathode movement or liquid stirring


2. Bath Make-up

1) Clean the standby bath and add 2 / 3 volume of pure water.


2) Add the required amount of nickel sulfate, nickel chloride and boric acid, heat and stir until completely dissolved.


3) Heat to 60 ℃, add 2-5g / L powdered activated carbon, stir for 2 hours, and then stand still for 8 hours or overnight.


4) Filter the solution, add the calculated amount of stabilizer S-1 and stir evenly.


5) Filter the solution into the plating bath and add pure water to close to the final volume.


6) Adjust the pH of the solution to 3.0-3.5 with 10% sulfuric acid.


7) Add the calculated amount of ferrous sulfate.


8) Heat the solution to 60 ℃, use corrugated plate as cathode and electrolytic at current density of 0.2-0.5a/dm2 for 6-8 hours.


9) Add the required amount of additives, mix well, add pure water to the final volume, adjust the pH to the process range, and try plating.