Manganese Phosphate Coating: A
smooth coating that provides excellent wear and properties on moving
parts. The process meets the binding
salt spray requirement of DOD-P-16232F.
Coating: A super phosphate that produces extremely
tight, dense & smooth crystal coating.
Zinc Phosphate Coating: An excellent
base for subsequent organic coating requiring a minimum
of material and no loss of reflectivity.
It is an outstanding paint & powder coats adhesion resistance.
No chipping or peeling. This is an excellent corrosion protection.
Phosphate Coating: A
thin iron phosphate coating. Principal use for this phosphate
is a base for paints, bonding, powder coat & other
organic coatings. Coating weight 50-100mg/sq ft.
Coating: Rust proof finishing for iron and steel.
An excellent lubricity used for breaking in wearing. The
torque tension characteristics
are very good on threaded fasteners.
500: The ultimate in phosphate coating. It exceeds
500 hours salt spray per astm-b-117. It is the most advanced
coating of the type available to the industry today. The
ultra-tech 500 is an ideal replacement for many types of
electro plated finishes as well as baked organic coatings.
The property of ultra-tech
500 is lubricity for use in the smooth break-in of wearing
parts such as gears, cams & bearings. The ultra-tech 500
is more than twice as effective as conventional manganese phosphate
coating. For threaded fasteners, The characteristics of the
finish are similar to cadmium.
Durable Finishes: The standard
ultra-tech coating is a light gray color. It is also available
in green, black & olive drab. The natural
color finishes becomes part of the steel or iron surface, cannot
chip or peel. The build-up is perfectly uniform 0.0002-0.0004
far less than a single coat of paint.
The ultra-tech 500 coatings
will meet & exceed the salt spray
requirement of military spec. dod-p-16232, type z & type m, class
1, 2, 3, & 4.
Oxide Coating: A
conversion of the substrate to a black cosmetic look. This
coating retains its
reflectivity & causes no dimensional
change or chipping. It can exceed 900 °F and can be used as a base
for paint & subsequent organic coatings.
a chemical treatment for stainless steel; it will improve
the corrosion resistance.
removes free iron and surface contaminate. The surface
of part is chemically cleaned to remove grease, dirt and
a mild acid.
The treatment enhances the corrosion resistance of stainless
Testing to verify the effectiveness
of the passivation treatment is usually accomplished by salt spray
test per ASTM-B-117.
The Military Spec.QQ-P-35, superseded by ASTM A-967.
alternative to color anodizing. Small parts may be processed
a wide range of brilliant colors, including brass,
black, green, blue & any shade of gold.
perfect finish for cosmetic parts and eyelets of all shapes.
A Chrome free conversion coating, it is an outstanding base
for paint, powder coats and subsequent organic coatings. It provides
good conductivity corrosion resistance and high lubricity.
Yellow & Clear
Iridite: The most common use for chromating
is for corrosion resistance on aluminum & its alloys. It
is also used as a pre-coat for subsequent coating. Chromated
parts retain the electrical
conductivity. Coatings are soft and harden as they age. Curing
can be accelerated by heating up to 140°F.