Palladium Plating Chemistry

 

Palladium & palladium alloy plating electrolytes for barrier and top coats

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P&S Palladium Nickel PN2080

Electrolyte to produce palladium-nickel alloy (20% Palladium) as a barrier or top coat

Electrolyte Features

Mildly alkaline electrolyte
Good bath turnover
Easy to operate

Deposit Features

White bright deposit
Thickness upto 10 microns
Ductile yet hard deposit
Top Coat/Undercoat
High corrosion resistance

Applications

Decorative applications
Fine Jewellery
Costume Jewellery
Watch Parts
Fashion Accessories

P&S Palladium Nickel PN8020

Electrolyte to produce palladium-nickel alloy (80% Palladium) as a barrier or top coat

Electrolyte Features

Mildly alkaline electrolyte
Good bath turnover
Easy to operate

Deposit Features

White bright deposit
Thickness upto 10 microns
Ductile yet hard deposit
Top Coat/Undercoat
High corrosion resistance

Applications

Decorative applications
Fine Jewellery
Costume Jewellery
Watch Parts
Fashion Accessories

P&S Palladium Flash

Electrolyte to deposit bright white palladium flash deposit

Electrolyte Features

Alkaline Electrolyte
Palladium 1 g per litre

Deposit Features

White bright finish
Thickness upto 0.2 micron
Non porous deposit
Barrier coating
Top/under coat

Applications

Decorative applications
Fine Jewellery
Costume Jewellery

P&S Palladure BP

Electrolyte to deposit bright black palladium deposit

Electrolyte Features

Mildly alkaline electrolyte
Good throwing power

Deposit Features

Bright black deposit
Thickness upto 0.2 micron
Non porous deposit
Top Coat

Applications

Decorative applications
Fine Jewellery
Costume Jewellery

P&S Palladure 100

Electrolyte to deposit bright white palladium deposit

Electrolyte Features

Neutral Electrolyte
Palladium 2-5 g per litre

Deposit Features

White bright finish
Thickness upto 5 micron
Non porous deposit
Barrier coating
Top/under coat

Applications

Decorative applications
Fine Jewellery
Costume Jewellery