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Posted: January 26, 2011 By: Richhelle

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    Richhelle

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    We are attempting to create a more formitable coating on a easily corroded industrial material. We currently use Ni-Cu-Ni plate and the product wil survive 100- 200 hours salt fog. We have new applications that are in real “hungry” applications like DI water, gastric fluids, and clorinated solvents. These applications are for parts usually less than an inch in any direction that do not see abrasion. We would like to try to PC coat over the Ni with as thin a layer as possible.

    We want to coat all over without pin holes. Any way to place on disposable metal plates, coat, cure, turn over, coat and cure again? Any ideas on this or the thin coat desire? any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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