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PROCESS DONE ON MILD STEEL


(2001)

MY QUESTION:

1) WHAT IS THE PROCEDURE FOR POWDER COATING MILD STEEL?

2) GIVE ME THE DETAILS OF BLACKODIZING? THE PROCEDURE FOR BLACKODIZING ON MILD STEEL

3) HOW CHROME PLATING AND BLACKODIZING IS DONE ON MILD STEEL?

AVINASH LAKKUNDI
- HUBLI KARNATAKA, INDIA


(2007)

Blackodising on ferrous metals. I would like to know the detail process of blackodising and chemicals used with composition

Shashikant More
Machine building - Mumbai


(2007)

Our FAQ on black oxiding is a quick beginning, Shashikant. Beyond that you will need to get a book or two from our "must have" booklist. The reason Avinash's inquiry remains unanswered after being viewed by thousands of readers is most likely because people realize that it just isn't possible to condense a shelf of books into a couple of paragraphs :-)

Good luck.

Ted Mooney, finishing.com Teds signature
Ted Mooney, P.E. RET
finishing.com
Pine Beach, New Jersey


(2007)

I want to know about the anodizing, blackodizing & chromotizing processes & materials used in that processes in detail.

Shripad Kulkarni
Waste water analyst. - Pune, INdia


(2007)

Hi Shripad. The best single volume to get you started on this is probably the Metal Finishing Guidebook. But Clarence Roy's "Operation and Maintenance of Surface Finishing Wastewater Treatment Systems" [link is to book info at Amazon] might be especially helpful to a waste water analyst like yourself. Good luck.

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
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finishing.com
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