Tin plating is no longer offered a ProPlate®
Bright acid Tin plating is a silver-colored, ductile metal whose primary application imparts solderability to otherwise unsolderable base metals. Tin generally has good covering characteristics over a wide range of shapes. Historically Tin has been utilized for its combined corrosion protection and conductivity in avionics radio frequency applications in the aerospace industry. The Tin should be no less than 99.5% pure except where alloyed for particular purposes.
- Good corrosion resistance
- Excellent electrical conductivity
- Excellent thermal conductivity
- Excellent solderability
- Poor wear resistance
- Bright Tin-excellent reflectivity
- Does not tarnish easily
- Soft, ductile finish
Tin plating – Bright Acid Tin per Mil-T-10727
- A bright finish which can serve as a low-cost decorative finish.
- Tin’s ductility will help prevent galling of base metals in friction contact applications.
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ProPlate® recognizes that not all projects specify standard MIL or ASTM specifications. We apply a creative custom approach to electroplating combined with our in-house tool fabricating capabilities, to meet the challenges of selective plating requirements, complex part geometries, and tight plating tolerances. Our engineers plating processes, supporting tools, and chemistry to be flexible for each customer’s unique requirements on a wide variety of small and large critical components. Contact us for further information.