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5/9/2011

Dye for Colored and Hard Anodizing

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DiamonDyze, on display in the Tech Line Coatings booth at Sur/Fin 2011, is said to be a breakthrough in both colored and hard anodizing, replacing the standard dyes in the process line.

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DiamonDyze, on display in the Tech Line Coatings booth at Sur/Fin 2011, is said to be a breakthrough in both colored and hard anodizing, replacing the standard dyes in the process line. This advanced ceramic formulation provides the applicator with the ability to color anodize parts and impart wear, thermal, chemical and corrosion resistance in one step and is compatible with both type II and type III processes. In addition, DiamonDyze is designed to provide a smoother, harder and less porous surface with good chemical and corrosion resistance.

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