Electroplating Compound - for metal coating

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Pictured: Brass
Pictured: Nickel
Pictured: Nickel
Pictured: Silver
Pictured: Silver
Pictured: Copper
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Electroplating Compound - for metal coating

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Uses current from any 3 to 6 volt D.C. supply or batteries. Plating brush connects to positive voltage and part being plated connects to negative. Brush (S-F225) sold separately.
Available in multiple materials.

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Packaging DimensionsBrass version2.5 in. × 1.4 in. × 1.4 in.
Copper version2.5 in. × 1.3 in. × 1.3 in.
Nickel version2.5 in. × 1.4 in. × 1.4 in.
Silver version2.5 in. × 1.4 in. × 1.4 in.
Weight (Packaging)Brass version0.204 lbs.
Copper version0.119 lbs.
Nickel version0.105 lbs.
Silver version0.11 lbs.

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Asked by Anonymous on December 6th, 2016.
Matt H
December 9th, 2016
We are not techs here at Amplified Parts and can not offer you technical advice. You may want to do an internet search on electroplating. There are some tutorials available.
Asked by Anonymous on December 22nd, 2016.
Matt H
December 22nd, 2016
If an electrical contact was originally silver plated it can be replated by removing it from the connector or switch and replated individually. You don't want to get any of the electroplating compound on the insulation.
Asked by Anonymous on December 22nd, 2016.
Matt H
December 22nd, 2016
Set your current anywhere from 3-6 volts. Attach positive lead to the brush and connect the negative lead to the part being plated.

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