Birchwood Technologies' Tru Temp Process Provides Break-In Lubricity

This line forms a satin black magnetite finish that protects critical surfaces in storage, shipment and startup.

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Birchwood Technologies' Tru Temp Process

 

Birchwood Technologies’ Tru Temp low temperature black oxide process is designed to provide break-in lubricity, robust corrosion protection and galling resistance on critical components. This line operates at 200°F for 30 minutes, and forms a satin black magnetite finish that protects critical surfaces in storage, shipment and startup. This finish is Mil Spec- and RoHS-compliant, and is designed to withstand 120 hours of neutral salt spray or several hundred hours of humidity, verified by independent testing. The finish is a 0.5-microns-thick crystalline structure engineered to effectively hold a rust inhibitor. Critical parts are protected for storage or overseas shipment. The process can be installed in any plant setting, without endangering personnel or surrounding equipment. The operating solutions do not contain EPA-regulated chemicals and process rinse waters are normally sent to the sewer as nonhazardous discharge. 

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