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5/6/2009 | 1 MINUTE READ

Anode Coating Technology

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Optimum Anode Technologies, a newly formed business affiliate of Titan Metal Fabricators, has hit the ground running with a full complement of dimensionally stable anode coatings designed to meet or exceed the technical and operational needs of customers in a number of industries, including  biotechnology, cathodic protection, chemical process, electronics, metal finishing, water treatment, wastewater treatment, and specialty applications.

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Optimum Anode Technologies, a newly formed business affiliate of Titan Metal Fabricators, has hit the ground running with a full complement of dimensionally stable anode coatings designed to meet or exceed the technical and operational needs of customers in a number of industries, including  biotechnology, cathodic protection, chemical process, electronics, metal finishing, water treatment, wastewater treatment, and specialty applications. 

OptimumOxides is a series of precious metal oxides whose primary coating may be ruthenium, iridium, platinum, or palladium. The primary precious metal oxide can be combined with other precious metals and/or other valve or base metal oxides to produce a mixed metal oxide coating that makes an electrochemical catalyst that is highly efficient, robust, and able to provide many years of uninterrupted service, according to the company. The series includes includes: IROxide coatings, whose primary precious metal, iridium, is converted to oxide for the energy-efficient production of oxygen; and ChlorOxide coatings, a series of ruthenium-based mixed metal oxide products for coating electrochemically produced chlorine, chlorate and sodium hypochlorate. Both IROxide and ChlorOxide coatings are typically applied to a titanium substrate via a controlled thermal deposition process specific to the formulation being applied.

A third coating, PurePlat, is, as its name suggests, a 99.95% pure platinum coating that may be applied to titanium, niobium, tantalum, and other exotic substrates.

 

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