Black oxide process

  • 29-Jun-2012 02:37 EDT
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Birchwood Casey’s Tru Temp low-temperature (200°F/93°C) black oxide process replaces either traditional high-temperature black oxide or sending parts outside for black finishing. The process for iron and steel operates at low cost to form a clean, satin, black metal surface providing robust corrosion resistance to all kinds of tooling and machine components with a 30-minute turnaround. Process line systems available from the company range in size from prototype scale test lines, to production scale process lines, to large-scale automated process lines—all supplied with factory tech support.

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