1. Precious metal oxide active titanium anode (Ti/MMO)
2. Platinum plated titanium anode (Ti/Pt anode)
3. Platinum plated niobium anode (Nb/Pt anode)
4. Titanium based Lead dioxide titanium anode (Ti/PbO2 anode)
Corrosion resistance: Titanium is known for its excellent corrosion resistance properties and is very suitable for use in harsh environments. It can withstand a wide range of corrosive chemicals and high temperatures, making it a reliable material for electroplating.
Long service lifetime: Compared to other materials such as graphite and lead, titanium anodes have a longer lifespan. In the long run, this means fewer replacements and lower maintenance costs.
Energy efficiency: Compared to other materials, titanium anodes have lower voltage requirements, which means lower energy consumption during the electroplating process.
Pure coating: The titanium anode produces a pure and uniform plating, which is crucial for high-quality electroplating. It ensures that the metal coating has a consistent thickness, which is crucial for the performance and durability of the finished product.
Automotive: Electroplating is used to coat automotive components, such as wheels, bumpers, and grilles, to improve their durability and appearance.
Aerospace: Electroplating is used for coating aircraft components, such as turbine blades and landing gears, to protect them from corrosion and wear.
Electronics: Electroplating is used to coat electronic components, such as printed circuit boards, to improve their conductivity and protect them from corrosion.
Steel plate factory: Conduct electro galvanizing or electrotinning treatment on the surface of steel plates to improve their corrosion resistance.