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PLATING CHEMICALS & CONSUMABLES Silver “Hard Plating” Solution


Hard Silver Plating - Ready Made Soltuion


• Silver hard plating solution • Hard plating for heavy deposit electroplating


• Comes as a ready made solution


• Using the Micro Agitator (code P5187) you can apply the exact current in amps to ensure a bright thick deposit on your items


• Lower costs, costing


approximately 30p to 40p per square inch


• Solution plate a surface area of approximately 350 square inches


• 1 litre Code


P53039 Description Silver Hard Plating Solution


UOM Price £84.95


1LT Price breaks available, see website SOLUTIONS, PLATING (PEN)


5. We recommend regular house hold tissue to rest the pieces during plating.


6. Cousins supply standard and fine pen plating tips. Before using in your pen ensure the nib is damp for good electro contact. Simply boil some tap water and soak your nib in it for 10 to 20 minutes.


7. Set the voltage to the manufacturer’s recommendation which is stated on the bottle.


8. Apply Lacomit on areas, using a fine artist bush, where plating is not needed for fine accurate details. Use Lacomit Remover to remove.


9. Dip the pen nib into the solution so it’s evenly coated on the pen tip. Place a small drop of solution onto the piece and move the pen around leaving about a 1mm gap between the surface and the nib. If a contact is made there will be a colour change on the surface and the solution will fizz. Pen plating solutions DO NOT work like a felt tip marker pen as you do not press onto the surface.


10. Remember pen plating solutions work best if you have a good electrolytic contact so make sure you have wired the unit correctly. Whilst plating take care to monitor the voltage on the meter, if it drops this confirms that a contact has been made.


• Remember: the higher the quality of finish and cleanness of the piece will improve the quality of the plate.


18ct Gold Pen Plating Solution


18ct Yellolw Gold - Pen Plating Solution


Quick reference guide for using pen plating solutions.


Please note these directions are in accordance with our plating/pen plating units, other systems may vary. See website links for necessary equipment and accessories for pen plating and further instructions.


Cousins pen plating solutions are particularly developed, formulated and concentrated to deliver rapid deposition rates and consistent results.


Available in a wide range of brilliant colours, all Cousins pen solutions are ready to use at room temperature.


1. It is essential to use the correct style pen when pen plating with a platinised titanium centre core. This is to obtain a full circuit contact and reduce the risk of contamination


2. To obtain a quality pen plating finish make sure your piece is highly polished and clean from grease/dirt.


3. Never touch or place your piece on a dirty surface once you have cleaned the item.


4. Electrolyte clean and Steam clean your surface before plating to get super bright finish


Available in a brilliant 18ct yellow gold colour, all Cousins pen solutions are ready to use at room temperature.


• Concentrate • Supplied in a plastic bottle • For 18ct yellow gold • 20ml


Red Gold Pen Plating Solution


Red Gold - Pen Plating Solution Available in a brilliant Rose (red) colour, all Cousins pen solutions are ready to use at room temperature.


• Concentrate • Supplied in a plastic bottle • For Rose (red) gold • 20ml


Code C6265


Description Red Gold Pen Plating Solution


UOM Price £60.95


20ML Price breaks available, see website Rhodium Pen Plating Solution


Rhodium - Pen Plating Solution Specifically for the brush pencil plating of Rhodium. The solution is ready to use and deposits are abrasion resistant, light and bright. The process features high covering power and a plating rate of 0.2 µm per minute.


• Concentrate • Supplied in a plastic bottle • Rhodium brilliant white • 20ml or 100ml • All Cousins’ pen solutions are ready to use at room temperature


• Rhoduna 271 Code


C5316 C5316A Description


Rhodium (20ml) Solution Rhodium (100ml) Solution


UOM Price £64.95


20ML 100ML


Price breaks available, see website Silver Pen Plating Solution


Silver - Pen Plating Solution Available in a brilliant Silver, all Cousins pen solutions are ready to use at room temperature.


Code C5481 Description 18ct Gold Pen Plating Solution


UOM Price £30.95


20ML Price breaks available, see website 22ct Gold Pen Plating Solution


22ct Yellolw Gold - Pen Plating Solution


Available in a brilliant 22ct yellow gold colour, all Cousins pen solutions are ready to use at room temperature.


• Concentrate • Supplied in a plastic bottle • For 22ct yellow gold • 20ml


• Concentrate • Supplied in a plastic bottle • Silver • 20ml


Code C8908 Description Silver Pen Plating Solution


UOM Price £18.25


20ML Price breaks available, see website £295.00


Code C6466


Description 22ct Gold Pen Plating Solution


UOM Price £31.25


20ML Price breaks available, see website www.COUSINS .COM


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