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It ceates an insoluble protective film on the surface of the metal substrate Acid electrolytic tinning

Acid electrolytic tinning is an electroplating process that offers numerous advantages for the protection, especially on conductive materials. Thanks to the transformation of electrical work into chemical work, an insoluble protective film is generated on the surface of the substrate metal.

Unlike surface conversion treatments, acid electrolytic tinning protects the base metal through the action of a layer of tin, which acts as a sacrificial anode, preventing the direct chemical reaction of the substrate. This cathodic protection approach offers numerous advantages, particularly due to the excellent electrical properties of tin.

To achieve optimal results, adequate surface preparation and careful finishing is essential. Our acid electrolytic tinning process is applicable to all metals and alloys that conduct electrons, and is particularly suitable for bolts, screws, various small items and small carpentry up to 1000 mm in length.

We follow the UNI ISO 2093/90 standards to guarantee treatment that complies with quality and performance standards.

Contact us to find out how we can protect and improve the performance of your metal components through acid electrolytic tin plating.