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ECIA - EIA CB 12 - GOLD PLATING STUDY TEST REPORT Organization: ECIA
Date: 1990-01-01
Description: The purpose of this study is to evaluate the performance characteristics of gold plating thicknesses when exposed to a severe series of environmental sequences. phenomenon which could potentially cause contact interface degradation.
ECIA - EIA CB 13 - X-RAY FLUORESCENCE FOR MEASURING PLATING THICKNESS Organization: ECIA
Date: 1990-01-01
Description: All have peculiar application and also limitations, Basic economics, however, demands that for measuring gold thicknesses in the commonly used plating thickness ranges, a system must be highly reliable, accurate, repeatable and fast.
IPC-4553 - SPECIFICATION FOR IMMERSION SILVER PLATING FOR PRINTED BOARDS Organization: IPC
Date: 2009-05-01
Description: The deposit has demonstrated the ability to meet a shelf life of 12 months per J-STD-003 and industry data, when handled per this specification’s requirements.Similar to Gold, Silver forms a brittle intermetallic compound Ag3Sn with Tin.
DS/EN ISO 8442-4 - MATERIALS AND ARTICLES IN CONTACT WITH FOODSTUFFS - CUTLERY AND TABLE HOLLOWARE - PART 4: REQUIREMENTS FOR GOLD-PLATED CUTLERY Organization: DS
Date: 1998-03-16
Description: This standard specifies the following requirements for gold plated cutlery: a) performance requirements for table cutlery; b) composition limits for base metals for cutlery; c) tests for resistance to permanent deformation, firmness of handle attachment, hardness of blades, resistance to corrosion and the thickness and adhesion of gold coatings; d) three minimum thicknesses of gold plating: a first class, a second class, and a third class.
NBN - EN ISO 8442-4 - MATERIALS AND ARTICLES IN CONTACT WITH FOODSTUFFS - CUTLERY AND TABLE HOLLOWARE - PART 4: REQUIREMENTS FOR GOLD-PLATED CUTLERY (ISO 8442-4:1997) Organization: NBN
Date: 1998-02-15
Description: This European Standard specifies the following requirements for gold plated cutlery: a) performance requirements for table cutlery (e.g. knives, forks, spoons, carving sets, ladles, and other serving pieces); b) composition limits for base metals for cutlery; c) tests for resistance to permanent deformation, firmness of handle attachment, hardness of blades, resistance to corrosion and the thickness and adhesion of gold coatings; d) three minimum thicknesses of gold plating: a first class, a second class and a third class
NBN - EN ISO 8442-4 - MATERIALS AND ARTICLES IN CONTACT WITH FOODSTUFFS - CUTLERY AND TABLE HOLLOWARE - PART 4: REQUIREMENTS FOR GOLD-PLATED CUTLERY (ISO 8442-4:1997) Organization: NBN
Date: 1998-02-15
Description: This European Standard specifies the following requirements for gold plated cutlery: a) performance requirements for table cutlery (e.g. knives, forks, spoons, carving sets, ladles, and other serving pieces); b) composition limits for base metals for cutlery; c) tests for resistance to permanent deformation, firmness of handle attachment, hardness of blades, resistance to corrosion and the thickness and adhesion of gold coatings; d) three minimum thicknesses of gold plating: a first class, a second class and a third class
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.
NBN - EN ISO 8442-4 - MATÉRIAUX ET OBJETS EN CONTACT AVEC LES DENRÉES ALIMENTAIRES - COUTELLERIE ET ORFÈVRERIE DE TABLE - PARTIE 4: EXIGENCES RELATIVES À LA COUTELLERIE ET AUX COUVERTS DORÉS (ISO 8442-4:1997) Organization: NBN
Date: 1998-02-15
Description: This European Standard specifies the following requirements for gold plated cutlery: a) performance requirements for table cutlery (e.g. knives, forks, spoons, carving sets, ladles, and other serving pieces); b) composition limits for base metals for cutlery; c) tests for resistance to permanent deformation, firmness of handle attachment, hardness of blades, resistance to corrosion and the thickness and adhesion of gold coatings; d) three minimum thicknesses of gold plating: a first class, a second class and a third class
IPC-DW-425 - DESIGN AND END PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS FOR DISCRETE WIRING BOARDS Organization: IPC
Date: 1990-05-01
Description: The designation E (2112) is an edgeboard contact with 14.17g (1/2 oz.) copper and .000254 mm [0.000010"] gold. Plating The plating required on the end product discrete wiring system shall be designated in the following form: E 2 1 1 2 ------------------------------------ | | | | | Plated area (see 1.3.3)-------- | | | | | | | | Copper plating level (see 3.5.2.4)----- | | | | | | Tin lead plating level (see 3.5.2.3)----------- | | | | Nickel plating level (see 3.5.2.1)--------------------- | | Gold plating level (see 3.5.2.2)------------------------------
ARMY - MIL-B-1563/4 - BUTTONS, INSIGNIA AND FINDINGS; BRANCH OF SERVICE, U.S. MILITARY ACADEMY STAFF, (TYPE I, CLASS 4), U.S.M.A. Organization: ARMY
Date: 1990-12-31
Description: MATERIAL: Red brass DIMENSIONS: HEIGHT (At highest point): 1 inch (2.54 cm) (REF) WIDTH (At widest point): 1-¼ inch (3.18 cm) (REF) THICKNESS (On eagles head): .064 inch ± .005 inch (0.162 cm ± 0.012 cm) FINISH: Gold plated, matte finish, burnished highlights. TEST FOR GOLD PLATING: One minute acid test. MARKING FOR IDENTIFICATION: Back of insignia.

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