Alkaline Electroless Nickel Process For Aluminum

The ENOVA EF 100 electroless nickel system is specifically formulated to deposit a thin, uniform nickel/phosphorus coating onto zincated aluminum substrates prior to plating in a conventional acid electroless nickel bath. The process is free of cadmium, lead and other hazardous metals and is in compliance with the relevant environmental directives.
The use of this process on aluminum alloys allows the EN plater to utilize the full use of an acid Electroless nickel bath without the worry of blistering or poor adhesion as the bath ages.


Features & Benefits

  • Toxic metal-free
  • Excellent stability
  • Blister-fee deposit
  • High tolerance to contaminants
  • Long bath life
  • Easy to operate and maintain
  • Plates at room temperature directly onto properly prepared non-conductors

Fields of application

  • Electronics
  • Aerospace Industry
  • Military Industry
  • Automotive Industry

This process belongs toENOVA LINE

ELECTROLESS NICKEL is widely accepted as the coating most engineers turn to for their most challenging applications. Resistance to wear and corrosion are just a few of the reasons why this diverse product line has become an integral part of the plating universe.

COVENTYA recognized the importance of providing world class Electroless Nickel technology to their expanding customer base and merged with the US market share leader, Sirius Technology, to get it. The ENOVA Line of Electroless Nickel products is both comprehensive and unique in its offerings.
From hard-as-plated, low Phosphorus to highly corrosion resistant, high Phosphorus deposits, COVENTYA has you covered. Alkaline systems for Aluminum or Zinc die cast, and diamond, PTFE and Boron nitride composite coatings further illustrate the broad offering.

Fields of application

  • Applications where High corrosion resistance is required
  • Chemical/ Oil and Gas Industry
  • Automotive Industry
  • Aerospace Industry
  • Military Industry
  • Electronics

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