Basic Copper Sulphate (WSDTY), widely used in hardware decoration and printed circuit board (PCB) industry, the anode of these process is mainly based on phosphor bronze. Phosphorus copper is added 0.025%-0.065% phosphorus in metallic copper. Phosphorus Copper continuously electrolyzed a large amount of Cu and a trace amount of Cu3P, while Cu entered the plating solution to supplement the copper ions, Cu3P became a dark brown anode mud deposited on the bottom of the anode bag, and the cathode was coated with bright metallic copper. The process reaches a balanced state by adjusting the parameters.
Phosphorus copper was first proposed by NeversIi-2] in the United States in 1954. In the second or third year after the second year, the industrial production of phosphorous copper in the United States was extensively used in the copper sulfate industry.
Phosphorus copper production technology entered China in the early 1990s and blossomed throughout the past 20 years. At present, among the phosphor bronze used in the printed circuit board industry, Chinese manufacturing has accounted for more than 70% of the world's production. The large-scale production of phosphorous copper has been in the country for more than 20 years. In these years, the manufacturing process of phosphor bronze can be roughly divided into three stages.
Wujiang Weishida Copper Technology Co.,Ltd. has 12,000 square meters of production base. By virtue of their sincere cooperation, reciprocity of the business philosophy for the industry users around the country to provide high-quality non-ferrous metal products. Weishida specializes in producing cuprous chloride, basic copper carbonate, copper acetate, copper oxide, copper sulfate. Our company has established a perfect quality assurance system, quality inspection and testing equipment, testing, testing and technology development strength, to ensure the stability of product quality, fully able to meet the pre-market after-sales service to provide users with the need.
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