Stainless Steel Passivating
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Stainless Steel Passivating

We offer three types of stainless steel passivating depending on your requirements:

Overview: The stainless steel passivation process removes all surface impurities and stimulates the development of an oxide film which protects the component from rust and corrosion. In general all tanks are made up specifically for the job at hand which means you can always be assured of a fresh solution.

Tanks: We offer tank sizes up to 6' x 5' x 3'.

Pretreatment: All components are pretreated with a degreaser to remove grease, oils, coolants, machining chips and other microscopic contaminants.

Nitric Acid Passivation: Suited to Chromium-Nickel Grades (300 Series) and Grades with 17% Chromium or more (except 440 Series).

Nitric Acid with Sodium Dichromate Passivation:Suited to straight Chromium Grades (12-14% Chromium), High Carbon-High Chromium Grades (440 Series) and Precipitation Hardening Stainless.

Citric Acid Passivation: Suited to free-machining stainless steels.



Jackson Plating - Unit 1 - Fairfields Works - Fairfields Road - Hounslow - London - Middlesex - TW3 1UZ
Tel: 020 8577 3452 - Fax: 020 8570 4599 - E-Mail: martin.jackson7@btopenworld.com

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