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Plating Processes/Specifications 3

Tin Plating (bright & fused) & Tin-Lead
Federal Specification: MIL-T-10727C
Federal Specification: MIL-F-14072, MIL-P-81728A
Tin plating is an Electro deposited process that offers
excellent solderability, improves corrosion resistance,
prevents galling of metal surfaces, and has a low
contact-resistance surface. Tin plating is recognized
for its softness and ductility during the stamping
process. As tin is relatively low in cost, it is quite
commonly used



Brass plating is primarily used for decorative
purposes and can be plated on a variety of substrates
including nickel, steel, bronze, stainless steel, and
zinc die castings





Bright dip is a chemical process that brightens metal
and does not leave deposits on the surface of the part.
The degree of brightness is dependent on the type of
alloy as well as the surface finish of the par
Tin