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ISUZU ISC-B14-001 - ELECTROLESS NICKEL PLATING - JAPANESE/ENGLISH VERSION Organization: ISUZU
Date: 2008-03-21
Description: (For Reference) Examples of brands of electroless plating chemicals: "Linden" Plating, "Kanizen" Plating, Nickel-phosphorous (approx. 10 % or less) Plating
SAE AMS2405 - ELECTROLESS NICKEL PLATING LOW PHOSPHORUS Organization: SAE
Date: 2013-10-01
Description: Maximum hardness and wear resistance are obtained by heating parts as in 3.3.2. Application of electroless nickel plating to steel parts having a hardness of 46HRC (ultimate tensile strength of 220 ksi (1517 MPa) or higher shall not be performed unless authorized by the design documentation or specific approval has been received from the cognizant engineering organization.
NASA-LLIS-1423 - LESSONS LEARNED – ELEMENTS OF THE ELECTROLESS NICKEL PLATING PROCESS (SAE-AMS-C-26074) Organization: NASA
Date: 2004-04-13
Description: Abstract: During assembly of the Fluids and Combustion Facility by Northrop Grumman Information Technology at the Glenn Research Center, it was found that numerous aluminum components that were Electroless Nickel Plated to SAE-AMS-C-26074, Class 4, Grade A, by a specific supplier's subcontractor experienced peeling and flaking.
SAE AMS2454 - PLATING, ELECTROLESS NICKEL, CODEPOSITED WITH POLYTETRAFLUOROETHYLENE (PTFE) Organization: SAE
Date: 2012-04-01
Description: Corrosion resistance is a function of substrate material and the type and thickness of underplate and the electroless nickel PTFE composite surface layer. See 8.16. This plating is not specifically intended for applications requiring premium solderability or adhesive bondability.
SAE AMS2399 - ELECTROLESS NICKEL-BORON PLATING Organization: SAE
Date: 1994-03-01
Description: Purpose: This specification covers the engineering requirements for electroless deposition of nickelboron on various materials and the properties of the deposit.
FORD WSD-M1P65-B2 - PLATING, ELECTROLESS NICKEL, AS DEPOSITED ***TO BE USED WITH FORD WSS-M99P1111-A*** - SHOWN ON FORD WSD-M1P65-B1 Organization: FORD
Date: 2012-01-12
Description: These specifications define the performance characteristics of acceptable electroless nickel-phosphorus alloy platings for metallic substrates, in either the heat treated or as deposited condition.
SAE AMS2404 - PLATING, ELECTROLESS NICKEL Organization: SAE
IPC-4556 CD - SPECIFICATION FOR ELECTROLESS NICKEL/ELECTROLESS PALLADIUM/IMMERSION GOLD (ENEPIG) PLATING FOR PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS - ON CD-ROM - TO PURCHASE PLEASE CONTACT IHS CUSTOMER CARE AT +1 800 IHS-CARE (+1 800 447-2273) OR VISIT WWW.IHS.COM/CUSTOMERCARE Organization: IPC
Date: 2013-01-01
IPC-4556 - SPECIFICATION FOR ELECTROLESS NICKEL/ELECTROLESS PALLADIUM/IMMERSION GOLD (ENEPIG) PLATING FOR PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS Organization: IPC
FORD WSD-M1P65-B1 - PLATING, ELECTROLESS NICKEL, HEAT TREATED ***TO BE USED WITH FORD WSS-M99P1111-A*** Organization: FORD
Date: 2012-01-12
Description: These specifications define the performance characteristics of acceptable electroless nickelphosphorus alloy platings for metallic substrates, in either the heat treated or as deposited condition.
FORD ESW-M1P65-A - PLATING, ELECTROLESS NICKEL ***TO BE USED WITH FORD WSS-M99P1111-A*** Organization: FORD
Date: 2006-05-12
Description: This specification defines the performance characteristics of an acceptable electroless nickel plated coating.
IPC-4552 GERMAN - SPECIFICATION FOR ELECTROLESS NICKEL/IMMERSION GOLD (ENIG) PLATING FOR PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS Organization: IPC
Date: 2002-10-01
Description: This specification sets the requirements for the use of Electroless Nickel/Immersion Gold (ENIG) as a surface finish for printed circuit boards.
IPC-4552 CD - SPECIFICATION FOR ELECTROLESS NICKEL/IMMERSION GOLD (ENIG) PLATING FOR PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS - INCORPORATES AMENDMENTS 1 & 2; ON CD-ROM - TO PURCHASE PLEASE CONTACT IHS CUSTOMER CARE AT +1 800 IHS-CARE (+1 800 447-2273) OR VISIT WWW.IHS.COM/CUSTOMERCARE Organization: IPC
Date: 2012-12-01
IPC-4552 GERMAN CD - SPECIFICATION FOR ELECTROLESS NICKEL/IMMERSION GOLD (ENIG) PLATING FOR PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS - TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: IPC
Date: 2002-10-01
IPC-4552 - PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION FOR ELECTROLESS NICKEL/IMMERSION GOLD (ENIG) PLATING FOR PRINTED BOARDS Organization: IPC
SAE AMS2433 - PLATING, NICKEL-THALLIUM-BORON OR NICKEL-BORON ELECTROLESS DEPOSITION Organization: SAE
Date: 2004-10-01
Description: Purpose: This specification covers the requirements for an electroless nickel-thallium-boron or nickel-boron deposit on various substrates.
ASTM B733 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR AUTOCATALYTIC (ELECTROLESS) NICKEL-PHOSPHORUS COATINGS ON METAL Organization: ASTM
Date: 2015-11-01
Description: This specification covers requirements for autocatalytic (electroless) nickel-phosphorus coatings applied from aqueous solutions to metallic products for engineering (functional) uses.
ASTM B656 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR AUTOCATALYTIC (ELECTROLESS) NICKEL-PHOSPHORUS DEPOSITION ON METALS FOR ENGINEERING USE Organization: ASTM
Date: 1991-03-15
Description: NOTE 1--Autocatalytic nickel is also known as electroless or chemical nickel. NOTE 2--Nickel-boron alloys are not covered in this document.
ASTM B607 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR AUTOCATALYTIC NICKEL BORON COATINGS FOR ENGINEERING USE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2015-11-01
Description: Nickel boron coatings are produced by autocatalytic (electroless) deposition from aqueous solutions.
ASTM B999 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR TITANIUM AND TITANIUM ALLOYS PLATING, ELECTRODEPOSITED COATINGS OF TITANIUM AND TITANIUM ALLOYS ON CONDUCTIVE AND NON-CONDUCTIVE SUBSTRATE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2015-11-15
Description: Deposits of titanium and titaniumzirconium alloys particularly on aluminum have shown to have excellent corrosion protective qualities in atmospheric exposure, especially when under-coated by electroless nickel. Titanium and titanium-zirconium alloy deposits provide corrosion protection from dilute sulfuric acid, are used for lining of brine refrigeration tanks, chemical equipment apparatus, storage batteries, and as a wear coating for bearing surfaces.

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