Metal-stripping processes help remove copper, nickel, zinc, or tin from steel surfaces.
EPi has pioneered solutions for removing electroplating from steel, including processes for stripping copper, nickel, zinc, or tin.
The metal parts to be stripped should be thoroughly cleaned prior to immersion, and the solution must first be agitated with compressed air.
E-Strip 922 is used at room temperature to strip copper plate from steel/iron surfaces.
The E-Strip 929 is used to strip nickel from brass, copper and steel. It is a non-cyanide stripper that strips electroless nickel and other nickel coatings.
A single-component solution that strips tin plating from steel surfaces.
E-Strip 949 RTU is one component immersion nickel stripper that can be operated at room temperature without current.