Titanium Cathode

Titanium Cathode

Titanium is mostly used as a cathode substrate during electrodeposition because the deposits easily peel off compared with nickel and stainless steel as cathode material. Conventionally, a titanium cathode has been employed for electrodepositing copper foil. That is because a titanium material has a sufficiently stable acid resistant capability even to a strongly acidic solution such as a copper sulfate solution to be employed for manufacturing an electrodeposited copper foil and is easy to be handled as a cathode electrode owing to its remarkably lightweight as compared with stainless steel or the like and easy to peel and separate the electrodeposited copper foil from. The titanium cathode is an excellent material in acid resistance and has been employed for the cathode electrode at the time of manufacturing electrodeposition as a material that changed and denatured as scarcely as possible in the shape of the cathode electrode surface even in a strongly acidic copper electrolyte.

The  titanium cathode for electro deposition UTron manufactured is of reliable quality and highly resistant to corrosion and chemical attack; it has long service and recyclable is cost-effective for production. UTron can provide titanium cathodes in Grade1, Grade2, Gr5, Ti-Al alloy cathode, etc.
 
 
Parameters:
Titanium content: 99.8 (%);
Impurity content :< 0.02 (%);
Density: 4.51g/cm3;
Shape: Plate, round, tube, oval, cone-shape;
Dimension: Custom;

Features:
Continuously and stably usable for a long duration;
Lower running cost;
High quality electrodeposited product;
High corrosion resistance;
Low weight;
Easily fabricated;
High strength and durability.

Applications:
Electrodeposited copper foil;
Electrochemical wastewater treatment;
Sodium-ion batteries;
Electrolysis.

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