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470 Electroplating Tape

470 electroplating tape from 3M™ features an abrasion resistant backing ideal for use with plating chemicals, anodizing chemicals, milling, etching, and peening operations

Image of 3M's 470 Electroplating TapeFor tape applications requiring resistance to most chemicals used in electroplating and anodizing processes, use 3M's electroplating tape 470. This tan, conformable tape features an abrasion resistant backing ideal for use with plating chemicals, anodizing chemicals, milling, etching, and peening operations.

The 470 electroplating tape has rugged reliability to withstand intense and difficult conditions associated with electroplating and anodizing processes. It is built on a flexible vinyl backing which conforms to irregular or curved surfaces. It is resistant to most common solvents and has excellent resistance to chemicals used in electroplating and anodizing. This tape will hold up while operating at temperatures of up to +170°F/+76°C. When finished, the tape removes cleanly from most surfaces. In addition, the backing accepts marker ink and is printable using a thermal transfer process, making customization relatively easy when needed.

Applications
  • Masking during electroplating operations, including both flat strip and overlapping masks
  • Masking during anodizing operations
  • Wrapping, patching, coated racks, and masking irregular surfaces
  • Labeling 
  • Milling and etching
  • Peening operations
  • Sealing containers from water intrusion

470 Electroplating Tape

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionAvailable QuantityView Details
TAPE ELECTROPLATING 1/21/2-5-470TAPE ELECTROPLATING 1/2"X 5YD7 - ImmediateView Details
TAPE ELECTROPLATING TAN 11-5-470TAPE ELECTROPLATING TAN 1"X 5YDS8 - ImmediateView Details
TAPE ELECTROPLATING TAN 22-5-470TAPE ELECTROPLATING TAN 2"X 5YDS30 - ImmediateView Details
TAPE ELECTROPLATING 3/43/4-5-470TAPE ELECTROPLATING 3/4"X 5YD0View Details
TAPE ELECTROPLATING TAN 33-5-470TAPE ELECTROPLATING TAN 3"X 5YDS12 - ImmediateView Details
Published: 2018-01-12