IGBT Haney CE Certification 15v 8000a chrome plating rectifier,main high frequency power supply.
Chrome electroplating is an electrolytic process. It goes without saying that the performance, type, characteristics and other factors of the power supply will have an important impact on the electroplating process. Especially in today's rapid development of modern electroplating technology, electroplating power supply is more important. Therefore, it is necessary to understand the influence of electroplating power on the electroplating process.
With a three-phase power supply, the three-phases are deliberately set out of sync with each other, so that the low point of one phase coincides with near maximum points of the other two phases. The result is 5 percent ripple, as shown in the third figure. This figure applies to all types of three-phase rectifiers when they are operating at 100 percent output.
Q:If I plan to build a new plating factory, what do I need to do?I would like to get your opinion on you.
A:It would be better if you can communicate with your technician for the process details,and see what items needed and make a purchasing plan. We would be helpful if you need any suggestion from us.
Q:What other products related to chrome electroplating (apart the rectifier) could you offer to me to buy together with the rectifier?
A:Rectifier,filter,tank,titanium exchanger and titanium heaters will be needed for chrome plating,temperature control box,industrial chiller,pump are optional.
Q:Is your plating rectifier with IGBT or SCR system?
A:It is with IGBT system,which is more energy saving and lighter then SCR system.
Q: Can you inform me how much is the consumption input (on volt AC) per phase for both rectifier's on maximum capacity output?
A: The consumption of amper input:
60.7amp for 12v 3000amp rectifier with 380v three phase.
Q: One more thing is possible to put Wheels on the plating rectifier?
A:Okay,it is workable.
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Traditional hard chromium deposits are highly emphasized at the microscopic level showing patterns of cracks. the size, width, and density of these cracks due to differences in chemical composition in the bath and changes in the plating parameters used. in some cases may be harmful to these cracks. Corrosion occurs when conditions of service make deposit substrates a positive environment. atmosphere as channels to obtain cracks to the matrix metal. in fact, corrosion cells form at the bottom of these cracks, which accelerates corrosion. It is common for these corroded cells to form two nearby cracks, which actually weakens deposits. the resulting exfoliated coating has poor adhesion and is sometimes mistaken that it is actually a corrosion-related problem with natural crack structures. ideally, chromium deposits will have a hard, crack-free structure * close to the substrate and traditional micro-crack structures above to assist lubrication.
So far this coating is not available. Early attempts to create chromium deposits are free of charge by focusing on traditional bath chemistry; deposits are dull and soft. old-style crack-free deposits, therefore, can not be well suited for high wear applications. able to obtain bright and hard chromium coatings, the high frequency pulse process solves this problem. The "crack" trademark name has been adopted to distinguish it from the old-style crack-free chromium. The "multiphase" trade mane has also been approved by the application as a special change.
The following benefits are the process of using dural pulse cracks.
● plate microcracks, no cracks and multiphase deposits in the same tank capacity.
● deposit thickness up to 0.100 is possible.
● hardness 70 RC with excellent brightness and wear resistance.
● corrosion resistance 500 hours salt spray less than 0.002.
● very low deposit pressure and high deposition rate.
● excellent adhesion, multiphase deposits without boundary line.