Tin/Nickel can be used in corrosive environments with e.g. hydrochloric or nitric acid. Tin/nickel is an alloy with 65 % tin and 35 % nickel.


Tin/nickel consists of an alloy of 65% tin and 35% nickel. It is highly corrosion-resistant in both acidic and alkaline environments.

Tin/nickel is a good supplement or possibly substitute for galvanic nickel, as it has a high hardness.

Typical Layer Thickness:



Light, glossy surface, similar to stainless steel. The color is uniform across the product. The finish of the raw material is of great importance to the end result.
The finish of the raw material is of great importance to the end result.

Ex. Blank blank or Ni coated = blank final result.
For example, a polished raw material or nickel-plated surface will result in a shiny finish. However, a sandblasted raw material or coated with a pearl luster will result in a matte finish.


Tin/nickel can be a substitute for nickel,
Today, it is typically used as a coating for water fittings, fire extinguishing nozzles, inductive sensors, etc.


Tin/nickel can be precipitated on nickel, copper, brass or steel.

Combination coating:

Tin/nickel can be made with or without undercoatings. Typically, the undercoating will be nickel or pearlescent nickel to achieve a better finish.

With an undercoating of nickel, you also have the option of coating both stainless steel and aluminum with tin/nickel.


Dense and corrosion-resistant surface.

Setup method:

 Drum process or fixtures.


L x W x D 550mm x 250mm x 550mm

For other sizes, please contact us.

Series size:

Our process plant is designed to handle production of series in all sizes, from a single item to millions.

Product overview

Product overview

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