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topic 4505

Magnesium Dichromate

(2000)

I am looking for a process known as Magnesium Dichromate. I am in the Racecar business and all the Mag parts are treated this way. I would like to start doing this in house being that the parts get abused. The treatment is Black in color and is very thin. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

Jason Weissman
CDI MotorSports - Morris Plains New Jersey, USA


(2000)

I would not recommend setting this up at home.

David A. Kraft
- Long Island City, New York


(2000)

I would agree about not doing it at home, but "in house" does not necessarily mean at home. Boeing does a lot of chemical processing "in house" smiley

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Pine Beach, New Jersey



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