G.S.P 24K Gold Plating Solution, 1 litre bottle
  • Gold wedding ring electroplated in 24k gold solution
  • G.S.P 24K Gold Plating Solution, 1 litre bottle

G.S.P 24K Gold Plating Solution

£34.49
(Excl. tax)
SKU: 24K-GOL-SOL
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Our G.S.P 24K Gold Solution contains 6.25 grams of gold per litre and can plate up to 6 microns, which means that it will easily handle vermeil plating (2.5 microns). The concentration of the solution makes for a stable plate in brush, pen, and tank plating applications, and due to the specific gold content, it will not easily burn if brush or pen plated. The solution utilises a cobalt-hardened formula, which means that it creates a durable, pure 24 karat plated surface without reducing the karat. The G.S.P 24K Gold Solution requires no heating, is reliable, consistent, and easy to use, plating very quickly to a rich buttery tone, as shown in the accompanying photograph.

For optimum performance, use with our G.S.P Brush Plating Probes or 316 Stainless Steel Flat Tank Plating Anodes.

(Image shows 1L bottle)

 

Overview of use

Instructions for use of: G.S.P 24K Gold Plating Solution

Pen plating: 9 volts

Brush plating: 6 volts

Tank plating: 0.01 amps per cm2

Additional notes:

When tank plating, sway item gently but continuously to avoid cloudy plating. Alternatively, use air agitation under the item that is being plated.

When brush plating, probe must be moved quickly, no slower than 3 swipes per second.

Technical Specs

Description: 

24K gold plating solution which has been hardened with cobalt additive for a longer lasting finish and more wear resistance, whilst still maintaining its 24K purity.

Use:

Decorative finish.

Plating modes?

Pen, brush, tank

Does it require heating?

No

Is it suitable for use with G.S.P Brush Plating Probes?

Yes

How much coverage per litre?

3250cm2 per litre (based on 1 micron thickness)

Part of Mirror Tech System?

No

Additional information:

24K gold solution also acts as a perfect flash layer for depositing rose gold or rhodium.

Safety information:

This chemical is classed as hazardous, always wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and ensure that you read and follow the SDS sheet supplied for details on how to stay safe.