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Supplier: IHS Product Design
Description: SALTS FOR MOLTEN SALT BATH NITRO CARBURISINGShow More
Supplier: Lucas Milhaupt Global Brazing Solutions
Description: . Aluminum Dip Brazing Aluminum dip brazing is another method for joining aluminum parts where the products are submerged into a molten salt bath. The molten salt fluxes the joints, serves as a heat transfer and storage medium, and partially supports the
- Fluxes & Cleaners: Brazing Flux
- Form / Shape: Paste
- Melting Range: 1070 to 1080 F
- Approvals / Conformance: AMS, AWS, Other
Supplier: Umicore Materials
Description: virtually the entire electrochemical industry. The platinum coating is applied by means of high-temperature electrolysis (HTE). The platinum is deposited froma cyanide molten salt bath at temperatures of 500 to 600°C. The functional platinum layer thus produced shows
- Material: Platinum / Platinum Alloys
- OD / Width : 0.1181 to 0.2756 inch
- Length: 0.2362 to 0.4921 inch
- Thickness: 0.0394 to 0.0787 inch
Supplier: Technic, Inc.
Description: that you can really understand and operate them. You learn what makes a plating bath tick. A truly remarkable lesson worth the tuition fee by itself! The Plating Baths, Part 1: Cadmium, Chromium, Copper Preparation and mixing of plating solutions Operation of plating baths
- Type: Course
- Industry: Electronics
- Technology / Subject: Semiconductors / Microelectronics (ICs)
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