High purity Copper Anode that offers a consistent surface area and consistent dissolution and can be used in any anode basket or tray. Used for many applications, including Ammunition, Coinage, Corrosion Protection, Decorative Plating, Electrical Connectors and Electronic Components and many more.

Forms:
  • Nuggets
  • 1" Dia Balls
Belmont Product Code 499
Nominal Composition:
  • 99.99% Cu

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    Cadmium Pellets for Vacuum Deposition
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    Electroplated cadmium is a robust and versatile metallic coating. Cadmium is a soft white metal that, when plated onto steel, cast iron, malleable iron, copper, and powdered metal, functions as a “sacrificial coating,” corroding before the substrate material. The 5-20 Mesh size offers increased surface area for plating.

    Forms:
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    Nominal Composition:
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    Special High Grade 99.99% Zinc Ball Anodes
    Special High Grade 99.99% Zinc Ball Anodes

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    Forms:
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    Belmont Product Code 8000AG
    Nominal Composition:
    • 99.99% Zn
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    Vale Electrolytic Grade N Nickel

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    Forms:
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    Belmont Product Code 9002
    Nominal Composition:
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