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Tin Plating

Tin is a silver-colored, ductile metal whose major purpose is to promote solderability to otherwise unsolderable base metals. Tin has generally good depositing characteristics over a wide range of part geometry.

Main Application / Advantages
The tin-plating process is applied extensively to protect both ferrous and non-ferrous substrates. Tin being non-toxic, ductile and corrosion resistant is frequently used for the food processing industry. The excellent ductility of tin allows a tin-coated base metal sheet to be formed into a variety of shapes without damage to the surface tin layer. It provides sacrificial protection for copper, nickel and other non-ferrous metals, but not for steel.

Tin protects the base metal from oxidation and preserves its solderability, properties ideal for the electronics industry.

Penang Plant

Process
Specification
Tank Size (mm)
(L) x (W) x (H)
Tin Plating
ASTM-B545-97
3850 x 750 x 1500
Remarks: Please contact us directly for tank size other than the specified.

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