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  SILVER:
Bright to gray in color, silver, in addition to being decorative is highly ductile, malleable, and solderable. It possesses superior thermal, and electrical conductive properties (matte finish being the best conductor; bright, the worst). Additionally, it is very corrosive resistant to atmospheric oxygen although susceptible to tarnish by atmospheric silfides and nitrates.

Common Specs:

AMS 2401H

Silver, Nickel Strike, Plating, High Bake
AMS 2411D
Silver Plating for High Temperature Applications
AMS 2412F Silver Plating, Copper Strike, Low Bake
ASTM B 700-90 Electrodeposited Coatings for Engineering Use
QQ-S-365D Silver Plating, Electrodeposited, General Requirements

TIN:
Tin combines corrosion protection with good solderability. Tin is very soft and ductile with a white matte to bright appearance depending upon the type of plating solution used. The matte finish is the most conductive and solderable.

Common Specs:

MiL-T-1027

 
AMS 2408
 

FINAL NOTE:
For any processes or treatments not listed, please contact our staff at AETNA Plating. We will do our best to accomodate your specific requests or refer you to a facilty that can meet those requirements. In either case, we appreciate and thank you for considering us to serve you in all your plating needs.

 
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