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Platinum Electrolyte with 2 Gramm Platinum per Liter!
Platinum Bath - Platinizing with Betzmann Electroplating
Platinum is characterized by high abrasion resistance and gives a noble gray surface.
Alternative: White palladium
The platinum bath from Betzmann Galvanik deposits corrosion-resistant, very bright and shiny platinum layers up to a thickness of 0.5 - 1.0 µm.
It is suitable for both decorative and technical applications and is very well suited for pin, bath and pad electroplating!..
Platinum content: 2.0 g/L
Density: 1.08 g/ml, increasing
Voltage: from 3 volts
Bath temperature: 30 - 40 °C
Exposure time: 2 - 4 min.
Anode material: platinized titanium
Anode/cathode surface: 1 : 1
Fabric movement: required
Recommended speed: 2 - 8 cm/sec.
Deposition rate: approx. 11 mg/Amin; approx. 0.5-1.5 A/dm2
Bath movement: recommended
Hardness: 500 HV
Layer thickness: max. 1.0 µm
Ready to use 2 g/L Pt
|High concentration of platinum – 2 grams per litre||Suitable for brush plating both decorative and functional items such as jewellery and electrical connectors|
Operating Conditions and Deposit Data
|Voltage Range||3.0 – 5.0 volts|
|Temperature||20 – 25 °C (25 °C preferred)|
|Platinum concentration||2 g/l|
|Electrode||Platinum - Carbon|
|Platinum content in plate||Above 99.9%|
|Plating Rate at (3.5 volts, Platinum electrode)||Approx. 0.25 micron per minute (spot) – see notes)|
|Density of deposit||21.4 g/cm3|
|Electrical resistivity of deposit||9.8 micro ohms/cm|
|Special storage requirements||None|
|Shelf life||Over 2 years|
|Health and Safety classification||Irritant|
|Transport (UN number)||2796|
- We strongly advise against the use of stainless steel anodes for most of our plating processes.
- Higer voltages give greater plating rates, however more gas is liberated and a mist mask is recommended.
- Plating rates are calculated over a sample area which is permanently covered by swab.
- Will plate directly onto freshly prepared nickel or stainless steel.