Chromate Conversion an RoHS compliant Process
Chromate conversion coating is a type of conversion coating used to passivate aluminum alloys (i.e. to make inactive or less reactive). It is primarily used as a corrosion inhibitor, primer or to retain electrical conductivity. Used in many different fields, we use the Tri-Vallent version. This Tri-Vallent is widely accepted in the electronics, aerospace, marine and military fields because of its health benefits. Our standard is the Mil-C-5541 type II, class 1A and Class 3. Green Bay Anodizing can do large enclosures or the smallest of electronic parts in our shop.
Benefits of Tri-Vallent are:
- RoHS approved process
- Meets and/or exceeds salt spray testing
- Great for paint adhesion
- Clear in Color
- Corrosion protection
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