Electroless nickel is often used to plat

Electroless nickel is often used to plate brake pistons to improve wear resistance. Typically a bright, ELV compliant medium phosphorus electroless is used. This deposit can be heat treated to further increase the hardness of the deposit. A bright electroless nickel deposit is preferred as this deposit reduces friction.

NiKlad ELV 835, a very high speed, bright 4 – 7% phosphorous electroless nickel, combines high hardness and wear resistance both with good corrosion protection. This makes it ideal for this application. Read more…http://bit.ly/17JGgn5

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