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  • A Comparison Study of the Chemical Dissolution of Aluminum Alloys in Sulfuric Acid Solution with and without METALAST Additive
    Alloys in. Sulfuric Acid Solution with and without METALAST Additive. METALAST Tech Center. 2241 Park Place. Minden, NV 89423. 775-782-8324. fax: 775-782-1008. Experimental Section. Samples. Six alloys, 1100−H14, 2024−T3, 3003−H14, 5005−H34, 6061−T6 and 7075−T6. (Coast Aluminum and Architectural
  • Microhardness: Tested samples Surpass ISO 10074 Acceptance Value by 25-30% or More
    Vickers microhardness testing was performed on three alloys: 2024, 7075, and 6061. Samples of these three alloys were anodized under Type III conditions using the METALAST Technology. The results were compared to the acceptance values for the Vickers microhardness test specified in the ISO 10074
  • The Coating Formation Efficiency of the METALAST Anodizing Processes
    . **It is very difficult to anodizing 3003 and 6061 alloys to a thickness of 2 mil or thicker. under a constant current denisty with a limited voltage up to 75 V throughout an. anodizing process (see discussion on page 16). Technical Report. 4. METALAST International, Inc. The Coating Formation
  • Wear/Abrasion Resistance
    2024-T3, 6061-T6 and 7075-T6 were used in this experiment. 12 coupons (4"´?4") for each alloy were anodized to 2 mil using the METALAST Type III anodizing process. METALAST TECHSpec. Technical Performance Capabilities – Wear/Abrasion Resistance. Version 1.0. Introduction. The wear or abrasion resistance
  • Corrosion Resistance
    samples must last 336 hours in the salt spray chamber before significant corrosion occurs. Testing was performed on six common alloys: 2024-T3, 3003-H14, 5005-H34, 6061-T6, 6063-T52, and 7075-T6. Ten aluminum coupons (4"x 4") of each alloy were anodized to 0.7 mil under Type II conditions using
  • Dimensional Changes of Anodized Aluminum
    and temperature, as well as the thickness of coating. In this METALAST TECHSpec, the dimensional change of aluminum alloys anodized by the METALAST process at different current densities are presented. Seven alloys: 1100-H14, 2024-T3, 3003-H14, 5005-H34, 6061-T6, 6063-T52 and 7075-T6 were used in this study
  • Depth Profile of Wear Resistance in Hard Anodic Coatings
    Procedure. The depth profiles of the wear resistance in the anodic coatings were measured on 2024-T3, 6061-T6 and. 7075-T6 coupons (4”x 4”) anodized to 2 mil under Type III (MLT-III) conditions. Two coupons of each. alloy were anodized individually on a titanium rack at 30 A/ft2. The wear testing
  • Suitability of Materials for Pulsed Laser Welding (.pdf)
    , and gold coating thickness should be minimized to 50 micro inches. Aluminum: Welding is limited to certain grades such as 6061 to 4047 or 4032, 1050, 3003 and 5005. High energy levels required to overcome surface reflectivity. Other aluminum alloys should be tested thoroughly for joint design
  • Surface Smoothness: The Surface Roughness of Anodic Coatings Resulting from the MLT-II and MLT-III Processes are Analyzed
    ) / 7.3(1.0). 2024 – T3. 16.8(1.3) / 20.8 (1.0). 17.7(2.3) / 22.6(1.5). MLT - II. 3003 – H14. 10.6(1.6) / 16.4(1.3). 13.9(1.1) / 16.9(1.0). 5052 – H32. 6.8(1.0) / 14.7(2.1). 10.4(1.4) / 14.4(1.1). 6061 – T6. 7.8(1.0) / 14.4(0.5). 14.2(1.4) / 18.8(1.4). 7075 – T6. 12.1(1.9) / 20.8(1.6). 15.4(1.6) / 20.9

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