Gold Strike Brush and Tank (UK and EU only) 50ml

Gold Strike Brush and Tank (UK and EU only) 50ml

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This plating solution can be used for both brush and tank plating very adhesive layers on to difficult-to plate metals such as chrome, surgical steel and dental alloys and tungsten. When brush plating, all swabs can be used with this solution, however for longer life we recommend using S-Type Swabs which can be purchased by clicking on the link in the ‘Related Products’ section below this panel.
It is primarily used as an adhesive undercoat for other metals such as gold, silver, palladium and platinum and should not be plated to a thickness of over 0.1 micron.

Brush plating voltage: 3 – 4 volts
Plating Factor (tank): 0.03 amp/cm2 (see Tech Specs)

Gold concentration: 2 grams per litre

Operating conditions and deposit data for brush plating

Voltage 3 – 4 volts
Temperature 20 – 25 °C (see notes)
Gold Concentration 2 g/l
Electrode Carbon or platinum
Gold content in plate 99% – 99.5%
Plating Rate at (3 volts, Carbon Electrode, 20 °C) 0.07 micron per minute (spot)
Plating Rate at (4 volts, Carbon Electrode, 20 °C) 0.09 micron per minute (spot)
Recommended plating thickness 0.1 micron
Coverage 10ml will cover 80 cm2 to 0.1 micron
Hardness 185 Hv
Density of deposit 19.3 g/cm3
Stress Not known
Special storage requirements Away from sunlight
Shelf life 1 – 2 years
Health and Safety classification Harmful
Special considerations None
Transport (UN number) 2796



  • When plating in recesses, we recommend using the using the Plating Pen (8 – 10 volts, Fibre Nib).
    Or consider using Gold Strike Pen Plating Solution.
  • Plating rate decreases considerably below 20 °C
  • We strongly advise against the use of stainless steel anodes for most of our plating processes
  • Plating rates are calculated over a sample area which is permanently covered by swab.