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Powder coating is an efficient way to finish a steel or non-steel substrate as it does not require drying times and importantly, it does not drip or sag, thus leading to clean cut satisfactory results. It leads to a durable finish that is also resistant to corrosion, heat, impact and abrasion.
In every powder coating process, surface preparation is an important first step to remove oil, grease, metal oxides and other chemicals from the metal. It is after the metal is stripped and ready, the application of dry powder will start to produce a smooth, durable and corrosion-resistant finishing. Finally, the product will be cured at a certain temperature and length of time to strengthen the coating for a more lasting effect.
Vitrakukuh offers sand blasting services offsite and onsite, at our customers' convenience, using its state-of-the-art blasting equipments.
The company is fully equipped coupled with highly professional and experienced workers to conduct industrial and commercial blasting for various materials. Sand blasting will serve to maximise the service life of equipments which will reduce downtime for companies that rely of these equipments.
Kolsterising is a low temperature, thermo-chemical, diffusion-based surface hardening technology that is used to enhance the inherently poor mechanical and tribological properties of austenitic stainless steels, according to Derek Dandy, a medical market development engineer at Bodycote.
It can be used on stainless steels, cobalt and nickel-based alloys, offering hardness and improved mechanical and wear properties without corrosion resistance loss.
By combining heat resistance with almost total chemical inertness, excellent dielectric stability and a low coefficient of friction, non-stick industrial coatings offer a balance of properties unbeatable by any other material. With an industrial Teflon coating, the coefficient of friction is generally lowered to a range of 0.02 to 0.15, depending on the load, sliding speed, and type of coating used. Dry lubricant coatings are special versions of Chemours technology designed to provide lubrication under high-pressure/velocity (PV) conditions.
These products are solvent-based, one-coat systems that are usually cured between 148°C/300°F and 371°C/700°F. Teflon coating services can be applied to carbon steel, aluminium, stainless steel, steel alloys, brass and magnesium as well as non-metallics such as glass, fiberglass, some rubber and plastics. Optimum adhesion is obtained by roughening the surface before applying the industrial coating.