Stainless Steel Powder Coating
Solberg offers this unique finish for carbon steel and aluminum housings, allowing them to be used in a variety of applications that normally need stainless steel construction. This coating, referred to as S3, meets FDA 21 CFR 175.300 requirements and is approved for incidental contact. Housings coated with this finish may also be considered for use in corrosive environments, pharmaceutical applications, wastewater treatment, chemical wash down applications, and many more. Contact Solberg about your specific application for evaluation to ensure the S3 coating is the best solution.
Solberg offers a PTFE coating option on most product lines. This coating is a robust option for extreme duty applications. It may be selected for its release characteristics, as very few solid substances will permanently adhere to a PTFE coated finish. PTFE may also be selected for its inertness, as it is normally unaffected by most chemical environments. The only chemicals known to affect all PTFE industrial coatings are molten alkali metals and highly reactive fluorinating agents. When provided with a list of process chemicals, Solberg can help recommend appropriate coatings and products.
This process deposits an even layer of nickel-phosphorus on the surface of our steel housings. The housing is dipped in a bath of plating solution, where a reducing agent reacts with the material's ions to deposit the nickel alloy. It is primarily used to create an improved visual effect on mild steel.
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