Nickel Sulfamate Solution

Formula: Ni(NH2SO3)2·xH2O

CAS NO.: 13770-89-3

M.W.: 176.79


Offering fast settling speed and good dispersion and low plating stress, its current efficiency is 99% at least.


Electrical industry, casting, nickel plating,gild, coinage, micro-groove record, Ni/Cd battery.


Stored in cool and dry warehouse; Keep away from flame and heat.

NO Item Specification
1 Ni 178.5~181.5 g/L
2 Fe 10ppm max
3 Zn 5ppm max
4 Cu 5ppm max
5 Pb 10ppm max
6 Mn 5ppm max
7 So4 700ppm max
8 Free Ammonium 150ppm max
9 Specific gravity(20℃) 1.540
10 PH 4.0-4.7


Packaging sizes

25kg net. Double plastic bags lined plastic woven sack.

Nickel sulfamate solution is an electrolytic plating bath used for the electrodeposition of nickel metal onto various substrates. It consists of a mixture of nickel sulfamate (Ni(SO3NH2)2) salt, water, and other additives.

The nickel sulfamate solution is commonly used in industrial applications for electroplating nickel onto components and objects to provide corrosion resistance, wear resistance, and aesthetic appeal. It can be used on a wide range of materials, including metals like steel, copper, and brass, as well as non-metallic materials like plastics.

The plating process involves immersing the object to be plated (called the cathode) in the nickel sulfamate solution along with a sacrificial anode made of pure nickel. When an electric current is passed through the solution, nickel ions are attracted to the cathode and deposited onto its surface, forming a uniform layer of nickel metal.

The composition of a nickel sulfamate solution can vary depending on the specific application and desired plating characteristics. In addition to the nickel sulfamate salt, the solution may contain other substances such as boric acid, which acts as a buffer to maintain the pH level, and wetting agents or brighteners to improve the plating quality and appearance.