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Stainless steel passivation

stainless steel passivation
stainless steel passivation
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Type of substrate
stainless steel


Passivation is a process that maximizes corrosion protection and cleans the surface of stainless steel parts. During operations such as forming, machining, tumbling and lapping, iron particles and other foreign matter may become imbedded into the surface of stainless steel. Pioneer uses a passive process, which dissolves the surface iron particles and removes organic contamination while forming a thin, transparent protective film over the clean surface. Standard Specifications ASTM A380 ASTM A967 (NITRIC 1, 2 & 5) QQ-P-35 (TYPE II & VI) RoHs, REACH, ELV & WEEE Compliant Performance Benefits Corrosion Resistance Paint Adhesion Receptive Metals Stainless Steel Max Part Size 132" x 48" x 28" 20" x 30" x 9"
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