ENDEP 6 is an advanced electroless nickel-phosphorus plating system that yields a bright deposit.
ENDEP 6 has a high rate of deposition 0.0008 - 0.001 inch per hour (0.8 to 1 mil) over its bath life.
ENDEP 6 is a two part makeup system with simple two part maintenance.
ENDEP 6 produces a bright 5 – 7 % P coating.
Advantages of ENDEP 6 system.
|Phosphorus Content Range||5 - 7 (wt. %)|
|Melting Range:||890-1340°C (1634-2444°F)|
|Magnetic Properties (Coactivity):||Magnetic|
|Nitric Acid Test:||Fails|
|Hardness (as plated)||610- 630 Vickers|
|Wear Properties (as plated)|
|Taber Index Value||5 – 10 mg/1000 cycles loss|
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|ENDEP 6 A||6.0% by volume|
|ENDEP 6 B||15% by volume|
|Deionized Water||To operating volume|
*Adjust upward if necessary with 50% ammonium hydroxide or downwards with 10% sulfuric acid.
To ensure proper operation of the ENDEP 6 system, the solution chemistry must be maintained between 85% and 105% of initial activity. This is accomplished by measuring and monitoring the nickel metal concentration via a standard EDTA titration.
The ENDEP SYSTEM is designed to be replenished in a 1:1 of the 6A and 6C.
Upon determination of the nickel metal concentration, additions of both ENDEP 6A and ENDEP 6C or ENDEP 6D are made based on the following calculation and/or replenishment guide.
To increase the nickel content by 1 g/l, add 1 litre of ENDEP 6A per 100 litres of plating solution.
To increase the reducer content by 1 g/l, add 2ml/ litre of ENDEP 6C.
The ENDEP 6D is designed as a self regulating pH system and to raise the reducer by 1 g/l, an addition of 2 ml/litres of ENDEP 6D.