7/22/2015

Acra’s EndPlate Buffered Stripper Removes Deposits from Plating Fixtures

Originally titled 'Buffered Stripper Removes Deposits from Plating Fixtures'
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Acra’s EndPlate is a non-cyanide buffered stripper designed to strip electroless nickel deposits from mild steel, low and high carbon steel, tool steels, cast iron, stainless steels, 17-4 pH and all series of aluminum.

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Acra’s EndPlate is a non-cyanide buffered stripper designed to strip electroless nickel deposits from mild steel, low and high carbon steel, tool steels, cast iron, stainless steels, 17-4 pH and all series of aluminum. It is also used to strip decorative chrome and nickel from aluminum and has been used to strip magnesium zirconate from Air Force craft engine burner cans, the company says.

EndPlate will not etch the exposed base metals during the stripping process. It is also designed to remove heavy deposits from plating fixtures or hooks that prolong usefulness. The product strips 2-3 mils of electroless nickel per hour.

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