Technical Giants, Thermalright, have recently announced their latest heatsink, multilingual Le Grand Macho. It is an upgraded, amended version of the pre-existing HR22, which is more economical for buyers whose budgets cannot quite stretch to the HR22. It is made up of three different types of metal, which include aluminium, pure copper and nickel plating. It has been designed to replace an active stock Intel heatsink during passive operation, making sure that there is sufficient air flow provided. When it is paired with a fan, the duo work together to dissipate 300W of heat and the copper base creates compatibility with a large array of different processors, including Intel. This new heatsink model is soon to be available in the UK and can be chosen in silver and anodised black finish.
Nickel Plating Information
There are two types of Nickel Plating – Electroless Nickel Plating (ENP) and Diffused Nickel Plating.
Diffused Nickel Plating is a simple process which is the most effective nickel coating and ensures a high level of resistance against corrosion due to its total encapsulation method of plating. It has been proven that the corrosion resistance is more effective than that of the highest grade stainless steel, whilst at the same time being much cheaper. Diffused Nickel Plating is the perfect plating method for marine and salt environments, so much so that it is given 30 years sub-sea guarantee.
In a similar way, Electroless Nickel Plating is a high quality, cost effective metal coating solution which can substantially extend the life of components. It also is extremely well resisted against corrosion and used frequently in the marine, oil and defence industries. Electroless Nickel Plating aids the prevention of rust, wear and friction. It can be hardened, too, by the use of heat treatment and it is guaranteed that it will not chip or flake, like paint or varnish can do.
Diffused Nickel Plating and Electroless Nickel Plating
What is different between the two methods of Nickel Plating, is the way in which the processes are undertaken. It has already been deciphered that Diffused Nickel Plating occurs via a total encapsulation plating method but this is not the same for Electroless Nickel Plating. This occurs when a layer of metal is deposited of even thickness all over the surface of a component, despite the shape of it. This uniform coating is perfect for components which are used in industries, such as, Healthcare, Defence, Automotive and Aerospace, where the components are often not standard and need to be hygienic.
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If you or your business are interested in plating, be it electroless nickel plating or diffused nickel plating or heat treatment which may require specialist assistance, then why not get in touch with us? A Derbyshire based company, we are leading specialists in the plating industry offering a wide range of well-developed, tried and tested techniques which are only high-end and also cost effective. We have experience of working for a large array of industries, including the aerospace, medical, army and automotive industries, to name but a few. We offer our services to the whole of the UK, Germany, France, Brazil and Holland. Call us today on our phone number or alternatively you can email us at email@example.com