Our plating house offers the Passivation process for customers that wish to further increase the corrosion resistance of stainless-steel components.
The added benefit of performing Passivation stems from the fact it has a secondary function of removing exogenous iron from the surface of the substrate, making it easy to obtain a clean finish.
|Process||Specs||Process Classification||Tank Size (L) x (W) x (H) mm||Locations|
|Passivation ||AMS 2700 / ASTM A967||Method 1 : Passivation in Nitric Acid||700 x 460 x 1000||Singapore|
|1200 x 1000 x 1200|
|Method 1 : Passivation in Nitric Acid||700 X 500 X 900||Penang|
|2200 X 200 X 850|
|AMS 2700 / ASTM A967||Method 1 : Passivation in Nitric Acid||2000 X 500 X 1500||Kuala Lumpur|
Passivation is a chemical dissolution process to remove exogenous iron or iron compounds from the surface of a stainless-steel substrate, usually by a treatment using an acid solution that will remove the surface contamination but will not significantly affect the stainless steel itself. Also, passivation is the chemical treatment of stainless steel with a mild oxidant, using a nitric acid solution, to enhance the spontaneous formation of the protective passive film.