Tech Met

Tech Met has developed methods for producing optimized roughened surfaces that enhance the bond strength of metals to composite substrates. This method utilizes chemical milling processes and proprietary masking techniques to increase surface roughness. The surface texturing characteristics may be contolled for adaptation to specific needs. Read more...

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TriStar Plastics Corp.

Low-pressure (or “vacuum”) plasma treatments offered by the Surface Modification Division of TriStar Plastics Corp. are a proven, economical, and environmentally-friendly alternative to conventional polymer surface preparation methods. Read more...

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TriStar Plastics Corp.

  • How can I remove all traces of contamination from inorganic substrates?
  • When are substrates REALLY clean enough to bond?
  • Which cleaning method will achieve the best bonding results?

TriStar’s Surface Modification Experts are often asked these questions from designers whose products require a supe... Read more...

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Tech Met

Chemical milling can be used to preferentially remove steel, oxides or other contaminants from scrap material allowing the reclamation of valuable alloys. Read more...

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TriStar Plastics Corp.

Is "clean" really clean? In the case of processed metal assemblies or bonding dissimilar materials, the answer is often no. TriStar can apply a coating that leaves inorganic materials such as metal, ceramic, and plastics "ultra" clean. Read more...

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TriStar Plastics Corp.

Surface Modification is the combination of physics and chemistry working together to modify materials to enhance surface properties. TriStar's Surface Modification Division (SMD) has pioneered all new techniques to address your toughest surface challenges. Read more...

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