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UWin Nanotech’s UW-860 Chemical Gold Stripper Acquires Invention Patent in China

By Korbin Lan
Published: Sep 13,2016

TAIPEI, Taiwan - UWin Nanotech, a Taiwanese eco-friendly metal stripping solution provider, announced today that the company has obtained the invention patent of its UW-860 chemical gold stripper after acquired invention patent of its electrolytic gold stripper in China.

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UW-860 Gold (Au) stripper is a non aqua regia and cyanide free chemical stripper, its pH numbers is 7.4 and free from jeopardizing human body and the environment, revolute the traditional chemical Gold stripping technology that has the questions of high corrosive and toxicity.

By receiving the invention patent from the State Intellectual Property Office of China, UWin Nanotech has furthered firming its leading position in the innovation of metal stripping technology in China, and will keep assisting related companies and industries to eliminate the e-waste crisis in green approach.

Currently, China government is highly concerning about the e-waste recycling and processing program, and determined to Reduce the pollution caused by e-waste recycling. Thus, the Uwin Nanotech’s solutions will be able to meet this demand, brings the positive result of Chinese e-waste recycling.

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