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Acid or Cyanide Copper

  MIL-C-14550B Class I, II, III. IV, ASTM B 734, AMS 2418 and other specifications
  Certificates of compliance provided at customer request
  Fischerscope X-Ray available for precise measurement of plating thickness
  Hydrogen embrittlement relief available
  4 ft tank, 8 ft tank
  Custom masking and polishing also available
  Quality Control Manual available upon request

Applied on ferrous or non-ferrous metals.  Copper is highly conductive and provides good solderability.  It can be used as an underplate (or “strike”) which can aid in covering minor base metal surface imperfections.  Copper is often used for undercoating, to lubricate (anti-galling), to prevent case hardening, to enable tinning, etc.

Because copper has excellent leveling properties and very high throwing efficiency, it makes an excellent undercoat for most other metals. In addition, because copper is ductile, it polishes easily to a high shine so that it supports a bright, shiny finishing metal above it.

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