Nickel Tungstate Coating


Electrolytic nickel tungstate refers to the process of depositing a layer of nickel tungstate onto a substrate using an electrolytic plating method. In this process, an electrolyte solution containing nickel and tungstate ions is used, and an electric current is applied to facilitate the deposition of the nickel tungstate layer onto the substrate.

Nickel Tungstate Coating Properties
  • Corrosion Resistance: Nickel tungstate exhibits good corrosion resistance, making it suitable for applications where protection against corrosive environments is essential. The nickel component forms a protective barrier that prevents the underlying material from being exposed to moisture, chemicals, or other corrosive elements.
  • High Melting Point: Nickel tungstate has a high melting point, which makes it capable of withstanding high-temperature environments. This property is advantageous in applications where the material needs to maintain its structural integrity and resist deformation or melting at elevated temperatures.
  • Electrical Conductivity: Nickel tungstate possesses good electrical conductivity, making it suitable for applications where electrical conductivity is required. It can be used in electrical contacts, circuit components, or other applications where the material needs to carry electrical current effectively.
  • Thermal Stability: Nickel tungstate demonstrates good thermal stability, meaning it retains its properties and does not undergo significant changes under high-temperature conditions. This stability makes it suitable for applications where the material will be exposed to elevated temperatures, such as in heating elements or high-temperature industrial processes.
  • Versatility: Nickel tungstate can be applied to a variety of substrates, including metals like steel, copper, and aluminum. This versatility allows for its use in various industries and applications, ranging from electronics and aerospace to automotive and chemical processing.
  • Environmental Friendliness: Compared to certain alternatives, nickel tungstate electroplating is considered more environmentally friendly. It does not involve the use of toxic or hazardous materials, making it a safer and more sustainable option for surface coating.
Nickel Tungstate Coating applications

Electrolytic nickel tungstate plating offers the advantages of corrosion resistance, high melting point, and good electrical conductivity, making it suitable for various applications such as electronics, aerospace, and automotive industries. It provides a protective and functional coating on substrates to enhance their properties and performance.

Why Diffuson?

Diffuson Coatech LLP produces electrolytic nickel tungstate coating on hardened and rolled steel with a coating thickness of up to 80 microns and a hardness in the range of 1000 HV. Electrolytic nickel tungstate coating produced at Diffuson Coatech LLP provides up to 600 hours of salt spray corrosion resistance compared of less than 120 hours of hard chrome plating when tested as per ASTM B117.

Diffuson Coatech LLP process several components for valves, jet engine, power transmission, tooling etc. We are an Aerospace QMS (AS9100) and ISO-certified company, and our production & process control equipment is calibrated as per aerospace/AMS standards and found to be in line with the finest North American manufacturing companies.

Contact us for your Electrolytic Nickel Tungstate requirements. Our technical team would support your needs and requirements.

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