Tin Plating deposits tin other metals, protects ferrous, nonferrous surfaces

Tin-Plating-Chemicals

Astra Alkaline Tin

Astra Alkaline Tin is used as a protective coating for metals which come in contact with foodstuff. It is ideal for electricals and switch gear components to improve solderability and corrosion resistance.

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Astra Tin

Astra Tin system is a non-ionic sufactant.It is designed to produce mirror bright tin deposits with excellent tarnish and corrosion resistance.Astra Tin meets requirements of electronic and electrical industries.

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Colgleam Sn Adjuster

Colgleam Sn Adjuster is used in place of brightener additions when brightener overload is evident - deposits are brighter than normal with pitting in high current density areas.

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Colgleam Sn Brightener

Colgleam Sn Brightener is a primary additive used to maintain brightness in bright acid sulfate tin baths.

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E-Brite 180

E-Brite 180 is a bright acid tin plating process. It is a stable bath which deposits a leveled, brilliant plate with excellent solderability.

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Pyra-E-Strip SN

Pyra-E-Strip SN solution is an acidic, non-fluoride water based solution. It is designed for fast-electrolytic stripping of tin or tin-alloys deposits from stainless steel carrier belt and copper based alloy.

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TIN STRIPPER TL 86

TIN STRIPPER TL 86 is an acidic based solution that is particularly designed to strip tin and tin-lead alloy deposits from the plated lead frame materials.

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Tin

Tin is a main group metal in group 14 of the periodic table. It is obtained chiefly from the mineral cassiterite, where it occurs as tin dioxide. It is used to coat other metals to prevent corrosion. It has long been used as a solder in the form of an alloy with lead. Another large application for tin is corrosion-resistant tin plating of steel. Because of its low toxicity, tin-plated metal is also used for food packaging, giving the name to tin cans, which are made mostly of steel. Tin in combination with other elements forms a wide variety of useful alloys. It is most commonly alloyed with copper. Window glass is most often made via floating molten glass on top of molten tin in order to make a flat surface. Tin(II) fluoride is added to some dental care products as stannous fluoride. Of all the chemical compounds of tin, the organotin compounds are most heavily used. The major commercial application of organotin compounds is in the stabilization of PVC plastics. Organotin compounds can have a relatively high toxicity, which is both advantageous and problematic. They have been used for their biocidal effects in fungicides, pesticides, algaecides, wood preservatives, and antifouling agents. Some tin reagents are useful in organic chemistry. In the largest application, stannous chloride is a common reducing agent for the conversion of nitro and oxime groups to amines.

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Tin Clarifier

Tin Clarifier is a aqueous solution containing special flocculating agents for precipitating and settling solids in acid sulfate tin plating solutions; added to acid tin baths in preparation of purification by decanting.

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