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topic 59554

How to passivate AISI 410 Stainless Steel at own work shop



March 7, 2014

Q. How can we passivate Needle Holder of General Surgery Material AISI-410.
Want complete Detail about Procedure in easy way.
1) Chemical percentage %
2) Time to be passivated

Also inform difference between boil test and passivation. If someone has boil test formula inform me.

Thanks in Advance.

Muhammad Nasir
Company Owner - Sialkot , Pakistan


March 2014

A. Hi cousin Nasir. The short answers are:
1). Add 20 to 40% by volume of 70% Nitric Acid to water.
2). Immerse for 30 to 60 minutes at 60 ° C.

For information on testing and verifying passivation, please see letter 4842, "Simple Passivation Test for Type 420 / 4xx / 400 Series Stainless Steel?"

But we have dozens of fairly longs threads on the passivation of stainless steel on-line here if you search the site. Obviously, if your two short questions could be properly answered in a paragraph or two, those other threads wouldn't be here :-)

You really have to start by making a decision of whether you will use nitric acid vs. citric acid vs. electropolishing for the passivation. Best of luck.

Regards,

Ted Mooney, finishing.com Teds signature
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March 25, 2014

A. Muhammad,
Much of what you are asking is covered merely by consulting the industry standards such as ASTM A967 / A967M [affil. link to spec at Techstreet] and ASTM F1089 [affil. link to spec at Techstreet] .

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