The selection of a specific grade of EN-plating is done in accordance with the nature of application, where a high hardness and low coefficient of friction is desired, low phosphorous EN is preferred (1-3%P). For general applications where a bright finish is required and the operating conditions are not very corrosive, medium phosphorous (6-8% P) EN is used e.g.… Computer printer rollers, machine components, plastic molding dies etc. Proper process sequence and maintaining the correct operating parameters helps ensure a virtually non-porous deposit of high phosphorous ENP which finds wide application in areas such as valve components, aerospace industry, oil & gas and chemical industries etc.
Electroless nickel plating is an auto-catalytic reaction used to deposit a coating of nickel on a substrate. This plating technique is to prevent corrosion and wear. Electroless nickel plating has several advantages versus electroplating, it provides an even deposit regardless of workpiece geometry.
- Even coating on parts surface can be achieved
- There is flexibility in plating volume and thickness
- The process can plate recesses and blind holes with stable thickness
- Matt, semi-bright or bright finishes can be obtained
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