Pre-Treatment Cleaners Pickling Agents / Additives General Plating Brass Cadmium Chrome Copper Electroless Nickel Nickel Plating on Aluminium Antique Finishes Plating on Plastics Tin & Tin Alloys Zinc & Zinc Alloys Conversion Coating Anodising Phosphating & Nano Ceramic Coatings PCB & Electronics PCB & Electronics PCB & Electronics Lacquers ElectroPhoretic Lacquers Precious Metal Nickel Free Technology White Metal Technology Silver Gold Intermediates Copper Plating Additives Miscellaneous Additives Nickel-Plating-Additives Zinc Plating Additives Strippers Strippers Continuous Plating Chemicals Fluxes Inhibitor Passivation Cleaners Protective Post Treatment Protective Post Treatment Blackening & Basic Chemicals Blackening Basic Chemicals Zinc Flake Coatings Dacromet / Geomet Process Chemicals / General Plating / Tin & Tin Alloys Tin & Tin Alloys Tin has a pleasing white colour; resists corrosion and staining. Being non-toxic, easily solderable and soft, it is used for food industry, electronic components and bearing surfaces. Tin / Tin Alloys Plating Acid Tin Stannolume Bright Acid Tin ProcessStannolume bright acid Tin process employs a unique combination of carrier additive and brightener to produce mirror bright, silvery white deposit having good solderability, ductility and meets stringent specifications prescribed for electronic and the electrical industry.Tinbrite Acid Tin ProcessTinbrite acid Tin process produces deposits, with low porosity, good solderability, non-tarnishing and corrosion resistant.Tinnolume Tin ProcessA unique water-based bright Tin plating process with good low current density brightness, also facilitates high temperature operation. Alkaline Tin Satin Tin ProcessSatin alkaline Tin process is operated at elevated temperature of 70°C to produce smooth, non - porous matte finish and is mainly used for food vessels and electrical components. High Speed Tin Stannobrite SNStannobrite SN is a high speed (10mic. per mint @25 amp / sq dm). Tin plating process based on methane sulfonate electrolytes. It is best used for continuous wire and strip plating. This is also suitable for plating on electronic and electrical parts. Propensity to whisker formation is very low. With the same system it is also possible to have matte finish tin Bismuth alloy deposition.Tinnomatte Acid TinTinnomatte is a sulphate based acid Tin plating Process to produce pleasant matte crystalline and silvery white finish. Tin Alloy Tin-LeadThis is a bright Tin Lead (90/10) alloy process mainly for electronic components to avoid whisker growth.Sopal-64 Process (Tin Lead)Designed especially for PCB applications to produce Satin finishes of Tin lead alloys, plating around eutectic ratio of 63% Tin to 37% lead. The deposit exhibits excellent solderability and shelf life. The alloy deposits can be reflowed to bright alloy by hot oil.Tin-Cobalt Alloy ProcessTin-Cobalt alloy processes have been developed to produce bluish-bright overlay on Nickel plated components which resemble appearance of Nickel -Chrome deposits. A major step forward to replace the usage of carcinogenic hexavalentchrome based process. The process is suitable in barrel plating too.Sulphobrite TCNewly developed sulphate based, pyrophosphate free system with excellent covering power. This process is also free from any hazards pertaining to treatment of its euent.StyrobritePyrophospate based system in barrel / vat can be chosen to replace chromium plating. Growel Ebony ProcessProvides eye-appealing decorative black deposit – very much suitable to replace application of black nickel deposit for finishing of buttons, zippers in garment industry. Close X Know More DISCLAIMER : Our recommendations are made in good faith and are based on our skills. However , since the conditions of use of these product s are beyond our control, this information is given on the express condition and agreement that Grauer & Weil (India) Limited, will not be liable to any person by reason thereof. Nothing herein shall be deemed to be a recommendation to use any product in violation of any existing patent rights.