This foreign typical specifies necessities for black oxide coatings on iron and metal (including solid and wrought iron, carbon metal, low alloyed metal and stainless steel). Black oxide coatings can be utilized to decrease friction among sliding or bearing surfaces or for ornamental reasons or to lessen gentle mirrored image. Such coatings, without or with supplementary preservative remedy, can be utilized the place a black floor is needed. merely very restricted corrosion security is received lower than mildly corrosive stipulations in spite of preservative treatment.This overseas normal doesn't specify requisites for the , end or floor roughness of the substrate sooner than black oxidizing. This identify may possibly comprise below 24 pages of technical content material.
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