For electricity-purposed tin quenching, its thickness can be up to 6.5 – 10 micron for barrel and 9.5 – 10 micron for rack. The quenched materials include copper, brass, lead, iron and aluminum - under plated by Copper orNickel which is depend on customer requirement.
We offer two types of tin plating: gross and callous. The different quenching methods make the pieces of work different depending on chemicals and solution.
1. Grossly Tin Plaiting Advantages : Silver-colored, fine, clearer, dust-resistant, finger stain -resistant,
(not blackish when being touched), cheaper
Disadvantages : Stronger odor and lesser heat endurable
2. Callous Tin Plating
Advantages : Better effective with dipped tin and connection work where high
temperature is required, no odor, callously silver-colored.
Disadvantages : Become blackish and stained easily when touched, more expensive