The process of conversion coating is accomplished by creating a chemical reaction between the metal and a solution. The uses range from corrosion protection and improved adhesion to paint primers and decorative coloring. Your choice of which coating to use will be determined by the base metal/alloy and application of the finished product.
The process of black oxide is a chemical reaction between the iron of the ferrous alloy and the hot oxide salt bath producing a magnitite...more
Chromate is a type of conversion coating that is used as either the primary finish for aluminum or a supplemental coating over cadmium or zinc...more
The process of zinc phosphate conversion coating serves as a nonmetallic base coating. The purpose is to assist in the mechanical bonding...more