TWR’s Low Phosphorus Electroless Nickel is designed by the manufacturer to provide a high quality electroless nickel deposit from a highly stable plating solution. The bath plates at approximately 0.7-1.0 mil per hour, depositing nickel phosphorus coating that provides solderability, hardness, and engineering properties. The deposit hardness as plated, without heat treatind is 750-850HK100. If the deposit is heat treated, particles of Ni3P will precipitate and the coating crystallizes, resulting in a significant increase in the hardness and wear resistance.
Low Phosphorus Electroless Nickel Specifications
|Internal Stress||Slightly Tensile|
|Tensile Strength||200-400 MPa|
|Modulus of Elasticity||55-65 GPa (2.8 X 108 psi)|
|Melting Point||1250-1360oC (2282-2480 oF)|
|Adhesion Strength||140 to 400 Mpa (20-60 kpsi) depending on substrate|
|Hardness||After Heat Treatment – 900-1100 HK100 (67‑70+ Rockwell C)
As Plated – 750-850 HK100 (61-65 Rockwell C)
|Electrical Resistance||20-40 uohms/cm2|
|Thermal Conductivity||0.015 cal/cm/sec/ oC|
|Coefficient of Thermal Expansion||18-22 um/m/oC|
|Taber Wear Resistance||7-13 (mg/1000 cycles-CS-10 Wheel, 100g load)|
RoHS & ELV requirements for cadmium <100ppm, no mercury and lead
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