Black Lead (1.5 metre)

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The Black Lead is the lead you plug into the black port of our plating rectifiers and requires a Crocodile Clip to be fixed to the other end to grip the item being plated.

Chrome stripping with the Black Lead fitted with one of our Crocodile Clips. To see the full project, please click HERE for our Electroplating Manual.

Features Used for
Stackable Allows one output to be shared by multiple leads – up to three plating processes can be carried out in one session
Rated at 19 amps Suitable for all brush plating processes-Length=1.25 meters

 

Setting up your MF Rectifier for Brush Plating

This rectifier can be used for tank, brush and pen plating. Here is a quick guide to setting it up for brush plating.

1. Your equipment

Assemble your equipment as shown in the photo:

2. Turning on your rectifier

Use the switch on the back of the rectifier to turn it on.

3. Attaching the leads

Fit the crocodile clip to the end of the black lead and plug the other end into the corresponding black socket on the front of the rectifier. Plug in the red lead into the corresponding red socket.

4. Amps and volts

Turn the amps dial clockwise to the stop (maximum) and the volts to the value required by the brush plating solution.

Note: Even though the amps dial is set to maximum, the amps meter will read ‘0.00’.

The amp meter will not read anything until plating commences.

The volts will however be displayed.

4. Close the circuit

Close the circuit by switching the Output switch so that the line is in the down position (lying flat).

5. Set the voltage

Set the voltage to the required voltage for your brush plating solution.

5. Connecting the black lead to the red lead

Using the crocodile clip on the end of the black lead, connect the black to the red lead.

6. Close the circuit

8. Adjusting the amps

Adjust the amps to about 4.5 to 5 amps.

9. Open circuit

Open the circuit again.

7. Connecting the electrode

Connect the electrode handle to the end of the red lead and attache the swab to the electrode.

6. Closing the circuit.

Close the circuit by switching the Output switch so that the line is in the down position (lying flat).

You are now ready to fit the swab to the end of the electrode and commence the plating cycle.

11. Closing circuit for plating

Now close the circuit for plating.

General guide;

Certain small items, for example Swabs, Nibs and Plating Pens can be sent by normal post within the UK

  • The courier option for UK deliveries is FedEx
  • Free UK mainland delivery available on orders over £100
  • International orders usually 3-5 working days.

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