Materials for Electropolishing - Passivation Metal

Materials for Electropolishing and Mechanical Polishing

Each of our services may be applied to a wide range of materials, however, a specific material may not be suited for a specific treatment. Please review the link to your specific material and learn which services can be performed on your material. Contact us with any questions regarding which materials are best for electropolishing, passivation metals, mechanical polishing and more.

AL6XN

AL6XN, a registered trademark of Allegheny Ludlum, with exceptional resistance to crevice corrosion...

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Aluminum

Aluminum is an inexpensive engineering material because it is the second most plentiful metal on earth, and one of the most widely used...

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Carbon Steel

Most nickel alloys, including Hastelloy, Inconel and Monel, can be electropolished with excellent results...

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Hastelloy

The properties of Hastelloy, much like stainless steel, has high strength and excellent resistance to pitting, crevice corrosion and stress corrosion cracking...

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Nickel Alloys

Most nickel alloys, including Hastelloy, Inconel and Monel, can be electropolished with excellent results...

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Stainless Steel

Despite being used within appropriate environments, stainless steels may and do fail by corrosion...

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Titanium

Titanium provides high specific strength, good high temperature properties and exceptional corrosion resistance...

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