Black Oxide Process

New brochure features dozens of finished part examples illustrating how the Tru Temp low-temperature blackening process produces a true black magnetite coating of minimal thickness with excellent corrosion resistance.

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New brochure features dozens of finished part examples illustrating how the Tru Temp low-temperature blackening process produces a true black magnetite coating of minimal thickness with excellent corrosion resistance. The process operates at 190°F, so it offers an energy-saving, non-boiling, non-splattering alternative to conventional black oxide processes, which operate at 285–295°F. Process chemistry contains no EPA-regulated heavy metals.