Do your components require tin electroplating? You can rely on Galvano Hengelo’s expertise, high processing capacity and short delivery times. In the electrical and electronic industry, tin electroplating is widely used as contact material.
Tin provides good solderability, ductility and corrosion resistance on contacts and components. However, the corrosion resistance depends on the porosity of the coating. It cannot provide a great level of corrosion resistance on steel because base metal corrosion can occur almost immediately in a pore as a result of the potential difference with the base. On copper (alloys), tin is extremely suitable as protection against oxidation. The copper maintains the high electrical properties and solderability.
In the case of tin electroplating of brass, the solderability will deteriorate over time. This is due to the diffusion of zinc in the tin layer. To counteract this effect, a barrier of 2 to 3 microns of nickel must be applied under the tin for fine and/or critical contacts with brass.
Galvano Hengelo has a wealth of experience in tin electroplating and has built up a lot of expertise since starting out in 1996. Customers can also benefit from our high capacities. We can provide a combination of barrel work and rack work. This enables us to apply short delivery times.
|Properties of electrodeposited tin|
|Melting point (appx.)||220||°C|
|Hardness (semi-bright coating)||20 - 40||HV|
Base materials for tin electroplating: copper (alloys) and steel.
|Maximum product dimensions:|
|Copper / Steel:||LxWxH = 1300 x 300 x 900 mm.|
|Copper:||also barrel plating|