Passivation is an immersion process where the free iron is chemically removed from the surface of stainless steel or various other alloys. The removal of superficial iron is performed by chemical dissolution. It removes the surface contaminant without affecting the stainless steel.
With a renewed and upgraded paint shop, we have three paint booths and two ovens and are well equipped to handle a variety of regular and special needs for either liquid paint or powder.
Chemical film coating, also referred to as Chem Film applies a chromate conversion coating on aluminum, producing a finish which protects from corrosion, conducts electricity and allows for good paint adhesion.
A Dry Film lubricant is used to prevent galling and seizure of metals. It is a modified paint where the pigment has been substituted or exchanged for a powdered lubricant such as graphite or moly disulfide.
Electropolishing is an electrochemical process that removes material from a metallic workpiece, reducing the surface roughness by leveling micro-peaks and valleys, improving the surface finish. It is used to polish, passivate, and deburr metal parts and may be used in lieu of abrasive fine polishing.