Platinized titanium metal anodes

Platinised anodes replaced the conventional Lead anodes a few decades ago. The platinised anode's long life, dimensional stability and shape forming to any geometry (fabricated into any shape) allows the plating chemistry to be easier to manage and maintain. They can be easily removed and / or replaced whenever necessary.

Platinised Anodes ( Pt Anode ) are produced by coating platinum ( Pt ) on a specially treated precious metal ( Titanium / Niobium / Tantalum / Zirconium ) substrate by means of electrodeposition process. They are economical as well as it retains the superior physical and chemical properties of platinum.

According to the substrate material used, the platinized anodes are classified as

01 Platinized titanium anode 02 Platinized niobium anode

03 Platinised zirconium anodes 04 Platinised tantalum anodes

Geometry

Box anode, Rod anode, Wire anode, Ring anode, Plate anode, Ribbon anodes, Tubular anodes, Strip anodes, Mesh anodes, Any other geometry

TiTaN's platinized titanium metal anodes are most suitable for wet electrodeposition of precious metals like gold, platinum, palladium, chromium, nickel and copper etc.

Benefits

TiTaN's platinized titanium metal anodes are most suitable for wet electrodeposition of precious metals like gold, platinum, palladium, chromium, nickel and copper etc. More over platinum is having very good physical and chemical properties such as

  • reduced plating times
  • high corrosion resistance
  • goog thermal conductivity
  • superior catalytic nature
  • Reduces or eliminates secondary processes, such as grinding
  • Anode geometry remains constant over time, allowing consistent optimised plating results
  • Long operating life, very low maintenance
  • Increased bath life

Application

  • Chromium plating anode
  • Hard chrome plating anodes
  • Copper plating anodes
  • Gold plating anodes
  • Electrochlorination anode)
  • Electrowinning anode
  • Cathodic protection anodes
  • Rhodium plating anode
  • Heavy metal recovery anode
  • Electrogalvanizing anode