Electric Tin Bath

As part of the electroplating process, steel is placed into a bath containing an electrolytic solution. A current is run through the bath, promoting the deposition of a tin layer on the steel surface. The quality of this coating is dependent on effective preparation of the steel surface prior to immersion.

Before the steel substrate is placed in the tin bath, it must be degreased and cleaned to remove any surface impurities. It is then placed in the electrolytic solution and switched to the negative electrode, attracting a layer of tin.

An accurate surface inspection solution can provide confidence that the steel surface is properly prepared for the tin bath stage. It can also verify the uniformity of the tin layer coverage and identify any surface defects produced by the process.
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