Tin-Lead anodes are produced from high purity materials and are used for electroplating, hard and decorative chrome plating, general manufacturing plating, and as an etch resistant. Additionally, they reduce scrap.
Which alloys can be used in plating?
Common Plating Anode alloys are Pure Tin, Pure Lead, Tin/Lead, and various lead-free alloys. Custom alloys are available upon request.
Mayer Alloys Tin-Lead Anodes
As a Master Distributor for AIM Alloys, we offer a wide selection of Electropure brand anodes for chromium plating in extruded, grid, and basket formats. These anodes are available in various shapes and sizes, including:
- “D” style
- Zigzag profiles
We can also provide special-shaped anodes that offer maximum surface area and minimal bending.
Manufacturing of Tin-Lead Anodes
Anodes are manufactured in an ISO 9001/QS 9000 certified facility and exceed all applicable industry specifications. They are made with cast bronze or copper hooks, or drilled with a 3/8” diameter hole and tapped 16 threads to 1-1/4” deep. The hooks can be plastisol coated or tinned.
AIM’s Electropure Plating Anodes are processed from virgin metals in a proprietary method that removes dirt and reduces dissolved oxides to a minimum. This unique manufacturing process produces an anode with proper dissolution, low sludging, and a decrease in defects.
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