How does electroplating varnish ensure a longer-lasting color?
- 2019-10-24-

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For non-metallic matrix materials, there is no uniform method for surface treatment before electroplating because of the speciality of electroplating varnish. It is necessary to pre-plating pre-plating according to the characteristics of different non-metallic materials and electroplating requirements. In order to obtain a good performance coating.
In the quality inspection of electroplating varnish products, it is often found that some plating drops, bubbling or spotting, and some uncoated layers. The reason is that most of the cases are due to poor pre-plating treatment of the base material.
Electroplating is an electrochemical reaction that occurs between the interface of the substrate to be plated and the interface of the plating solution. In order to ensure the quality of the plating layer, the surface of the part to be plated that is touched with the plating liquid must be the base material itself.
In order to reduce the wear of some parts, it is necessary to use a chrome layer with a loose hole. Not only is it not afraid of the holes in the coating, but it is consciously trying to deepen the pores and texture on the chrome layer. If it is selectively plated under the laser effect, it can only form a certain thickness of plating in a small area of the laser. Substantially no plating occurs in the surrounding portion.
It means that the surface of the parts to be plated cannot contain any grease or other contaminants, and there should be no other layers of rust products, and the surface of the parts should be flat and lubricated. In this way, the surface of the substrate material is well wetted by the plating solution, and the plated metal can be firmly bonded to the surface of the flat lubricating base material. It can be seen that the importance of pre-treatment preparation of the surface of the metal matrix material before electroplating is unquestionable.