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  • Corrosion Protection Measures - Corrosion Resistant Paints: Surface Finishing Tutorial
    Simply using the previously discussed corrosion resistant metals for structural materials in order to protect from corrosions will quickly become very expensive. Paints are used to protect from electrolytic and chemical corrosions by physically isolating the subject metals by surface coating
  • MICRO: Wet Surface Technologies
    defect-removal mechanisms, the article also highlights the impact of various processes on copper-surface roughness and scratches. Most barrier slurries contain benzotriazole (BTA), which provides copper corrosion protection during and after the polishing process. In addition, some processes use a BTA
  • Medical Device Link . Spotlight on Surface Treatment
    . These materials are combined to produce a new material with an extremely low coefficient of friction and other unique properties. They create a nonporous, nonstick, corrosion-resistant surface but can also be formulated to produce a gripping or nonslip surface. 1331 Rte. 1, Linden, NJ 07036. Ph: 908/862-6200
  • Why Does Rust Occur?
    is given of the mechanism of corrosion, with some general. advice which can help in choosing corrosion protection for fasteners. Also, several types of surface treatment on special parts are described.
  • Coatings for Custom Heat Exchangers and Cold Plates
    Custom heat exchangers and cold plates are often coated for corrosion protection or for cosmetic purposes. Chemical conversion coating, anodization, e-coating, and painting are four coating options that will help to minimize corrosion and/or result in a more attractive component. One of the most
  • The right finish
    Special design techniques come into play when zinc die castings get a surface finish Tool Engineer and Program Manager Chromates meet a wide range of corrosion-resistant requirements: from olive drab and bright yellow with up to 96 hr of protection in a 5% continuous salt-spray environment
  • Surfaces That Make a Difference (.pdf)
    applications, including protection from wear and corrosion, controlling clearances in dynamic systems, and repair of worn components.
  • Rust takes a rest
    New corrosion-control coatings are simple to apply and better withstand harsh environments than zinc phosphating. Improved protection against rust and corrosion is one reason automakers have been able to offer longer vehicle warranties. These efforts go beyond cosmetic body panels to include hidden

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