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Chemical Conversion Coating Service

Chemical Conversion Coating Service
Chemical Conversion Coating Service
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Located at Karnataka, India, we are a trustworthy organization engrossed in rendering Chemical Conversion Coating Service. The offered service is highly appreciated for maintenance and repairing in manufacturing and chemical industries. Our deft and highly skilled technocrats execute chemical coating process on various automotive parts, metallic structures, semiconductors etc to prevent corrosion on their surface. Along with this, our reputed patrons can avail this Chemical Conversion Coating Service at affordable charges.

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Chemical Conversion Coatings Mil-Dtl-5541F

Chemical conversion coatings sometimes  referred to as chromate conversion, chem film , Iridite or Alodine refer to a process of applying  a thin barrier coating on the substrate to  passivated  aluminum alloys to slow the  formation of corrosion. It is gelatinous film that  has self-healing properties  and improves paint adhesion on aluminum alloys  and die castings. It can also be applied to zinc die castings.

Materials qualified under Mil-DTL-5541F produce coatings that range in color from clear to iridescent yellow or brown.

They are all electrically conductive and impart some measure of corrosion protection on the substrate.

Visual inspection may be difficult since breaks in the coating are not easily seen.

Type I is Hexavalent Chromate

Type II is ROHS compliant, hex free chromate. This meets the ROHS and EELV requirements.

Class IA coatings are intended to provide corrosion protection as a stand alone coating and improve adhesion of subsequent operations such as paint on aluminum substrates.

Class 3 chemical conversion coatings are used as a corrosion preventative film where electrical contact is still required. Many times it is applied under masking operations prior to anodic coatings in accordance with MIL-A-8625-F.

The primary difference between Class IA coatings and Class three coatings is thickness.
Chromate conversion coatings are commonly used on parts in the:

  • Aircraft industry
  • Electronic cabinetry
  • Aluminum stampings
  • Electronic components
  • Zinc die castings
  • Aluminum die castings
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