G.S.P Palladium Plating Solution, 1 litre bottle
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  • G.S.P Palladium Plating Solution, 1 litre bottle

G.S.P Palladium Plating Solution

£33.99
SKU: PAL-PLA-SOL
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Our G.S.P Palladium Solution is formulated specifically to act as a barrier plate on jewellery, where due to the potential of skin allergies, nickel plating is not allowed. It will prevent your gold or other chosen plate, from migrating down into the substrate and is an essential metal for jewellers to have in their arsenal.

The G.S.P Palladium Solution contains 2 grams per litre, produces a colour identical to nickel, does not require heating and can be plated using our 316 Stainless Steel Brush Plating Probes or 316 Stainless Steel Flat Tank Plating Anodes.

For the most optimum and efficient performance, it is recommended for use with a full tank plating setup.

Please note: that for all non-jewellery items that require a barrier plate, we suggest the use of our G.S.P Nickel Plating Solution as this is most cost-effective.

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Overview of use

Instructions for use of: G.S.P Palladium Plating Solution

Pen plating: 4 volts

Brush plating: 4 volts

Tank plating: 0.01 amps per cm2

Additional notes:

Use as a barrier plate in place of nickel (jewellery/watches etc) as the solution is not known to cause skin allergies.

Tank plate for 40 seconds for a sufficient barrier plate. The solution plates to an identical colour to nickel, but unlike nickel, requires no activation to plate on top of it.

Technical Specs

Description: 

Palladium plating solution (not bright).

Use:

Used as a nickel substitute as a barrier plate on jewellery.

Plating modes?

Pen, brush, tank

Does it require heating?

No 

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

Yes

Part of Mirror Tech System?

No

Additional information:

Does not cause skin allergies.

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.