Electroplating is a method of depositing metal or alloy on a plated piece by electrochemical method.The Titanium Anode for electroplating can be divided into soluble and insoluble, such as chrome, nickel and so on is a coating of metal anode, the purpose is to make the metal ions in the solution to be effectively supplemented.
But most electroplating process is to use the way of adding salt to supplement metal ions, such as precious metals electroplating, trivalent chromium chrome.
The titanium anode for electroplating is the MMO metal oxide and some other functional coatings coated with iridium tantalum on the surface of titanium substrates.Iridium is a General Electric catalyst, conductive and catalytic reaction, tantalum oxide as a coating stabilizer to maintain the stability of the coating in the electrolysis and reduce the coating loss rate.
Titanium Anode Type:
Active Titanium Anode (Ti/mmo);
Platinum plated Titanium anode (ti/pt anode);
Platinum-plated niobium anode (nb/pt anode);
Lead-plated titanium dioxide anode (Ti/pbo2 anode).
Uniform coating deposition
High plating speed
Avoid coating pollution
can provide different shape of anode according to different requirements
Precious metal electroplating (gold, silver, rhodium, palladium);
Precious metal recovery;
Hexavalent chromium plating;
Trivalent chromium plating;
Electroplating of copper, zinc, nickel, etc.