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|Nano-surface treatment for metal components|
Nanotechnology opens up new possibilities for the surface treatment of metal components whenever anti-adhesion properties, increased wear resistance and anti-friction is required.
These properties can be obtained by controlled embedding of PFA (Perfluoralcoxy-Copolymers). The difference to common coatings is that the treatment is performed to the precise tolerances of the workpiece at +/- 1 µm. This means that also small pieces or components with complex geometries can be prepared.
The fields of application are numerous: from gear pieces, meshes over receptacles and pipes to components in fine mechanics.
> Hardness in micro Vickers: approx. 650 HV
> Hardness in micro Vickers after heat treatment: approx. 1050 HV max.
> Chemical resistance: > PH 4.0
> Layer thickness: 25-50 µm
> Temperature resistance: 300°C / 572°F, peaks 340°C / 645°F
> Adhesion test: > 38 N/mm2
> PH resistance: 4 - 14
> Resistance to wear (sliding pin test): excellent (0.49 µ/Km)
> Anti-ahesive characteristics: excellent
> Corrosion protection: good
> Fouling resistance: excellent
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PIETER VAN WEENEN & CO. GmbH
Fabrik Sonntag 3
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