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DALIC announces new developments with Dalistick

DALIC, the Pioneer of brush plating, has designed a new concept in selective tooling to satisfy the latest requirements of Aerospace manufacturers and airlines for brush plating.

In order to avoid any leakage and enable plating directly onto the aircraft, the Dalistick tool was designed with a loop circuit which feeds and extracts the electrolytic solutions.

Dalistick enables both LHE cadmium plating and anodizing on aircraft airframes. Chromic, phoshoric, sulfuric and hard anodizing electrolytes are now available.

Selective plating can be achieved with optimum safety for the technicians and respect for the environment. Operating in any position and area on the aircraft are possible, the complete equipment being located and transported on a trolley.

Press release issued by Dalic on August 1, 2006


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Dalic Brush Plating, Electropolishing, Anodising Equipment, Electroplating


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