Gold can be electroplated from acid, alkaline and neutral solution either as hard or soft, dull or bright deposits. Gold is extremely corrosion resistant and has a very low contact resistance. The important decorative use of gold are in costume jewellery, cutlery, watch cases, pen cases, spectacle frames. The colour of the gold can be varied.
Specially formulated for good adhesion producing a yellow coating. Promotes adhesion of subsequently electrodeposited precious metals. Minimizes contamination of pure gold or other precious metal plating baths.
Low Carat Gold
Used specially to deposit high thickness where economy is important. Mildly alkaline process designed as an undercoat in a duplex system. Easy to operate process and makes it simple to maintain karat, brightness and colour. Main applications are for fine jewellery, watches, spectacle frames, etc.
High Carat Gold
Final colour gold with high Karat from 22 Kt to 23.5 Kt. Offers maximum purity. Colour spectrum in this series is broad. Offers excellent resistance to corrosion. Suitable for all decorative and fine jewellery applications.
Flash / Color Gold
Suitable for both rack and barrel plating. Offers colour variations from 14Kt pink and green to 24Kt Old English. The resistance to corrosion and tarnish is very good. Used for all types of jewellery plating, hardware, electrical and sanitary fittings, gift articles etc. Produce fully bright deposits of approximately 14 to 24 karat in thickness of approximately 0.25 micron.