Tin plating is a metallic tin coating by electrolytic bath that can be applied on stainless steel, different types of steels, iron, aluminium, brass and different types of copper to increase protection against oxidation, corrosion, attack by weak acids, neutral salt solutions and wear, it is highly conductive, solderable and food compatible and gives a nice shiny aesthetic finish. This treatment is a good alternative to silver and is very common in the electrical and electronic equipment, consumer goods, food, decoration, fashion and automotive industries for its anti-corrosion and electrical conductivity properties.
The entire tin plating process is carried out by complete immersion of the pieces in a battery of tanks, each with different compositions and missions.
Matt to very glossy shade, ideal for both technical and decorative purposes
Insulators with ceramic parts are not chemically attacked by the deposit or leaded glass.
High reflectivity and electrical conductivity
Can be used for food contact parts
Protects against oxidation and wear, extending the useful life of the products.
Avoids high current losses and improves signal transmission.
Protección contra la corrosión 170 ºC
Dureza hasta 220 °C
Resistencia térmica hasta 900 °C
ELECTRONIQUEL CERTIFIES ALL ITS TREATMENTS BASED ON THE SPECIFIC STANDARD, APPROVAL OR TESTS
Electroplated coatings of tin – Specification and test methods
De la Industria electrotécnica y electrónica