Nickel Stripping Processes
Stripper L is an alkaline cyanide based process for the stripping of a variety of metals from steel.
This process is capable of effective stripping of nickel, electroless nickel, copper, cadmium, zinc and tin.
The base metal is not attacked so subsequent re-plating is possible without the need for further finishing.
An alkaline, cyanide-free process for the stripping of nickel from steel, copper, brass and silver.
Stripper N10 can also be used to strip nickel coatings on some magnesium alloys and 10% electroless nickel coatings from steel.
This sulphuric acid based immersion-stripping solution is formulated for the stripping of nickel and tin from copper and brass without attack on the base materials.