Metal Passivation


What is Passivation of Metal

Passivation is a surface treatment process crucial in enhancing the corrosion resistance of metals, particularly stainless steel. Through exposure to oxidizing agents like oxygen or chemicals, a thin, inert oxide layer forms on the metal’s surface. This layer acts as a barrier, preventing further corrosion reactions with the environment. 

When is Passivation of Stainless Steel Required

It is typically done after manufacturing processes like machining, welding, or forming, which can introduce contaminants or alter the surface chemistry. It is often mandated by regulatory standards or industry specifications applications to ensure reliability and safety. The parts undergoing this process have features such as:

The parts develop a protective oxide layer on their surface, significantly enhancing their resistance to corrosion from environmental factors like moisture, chemicals, and salts.

After this process, the parts exhibit improved stability when exposed to various chemicals, ensuring they maintain integrity and functionality in demanding industrial environments.

The corrosion-resistant properties imparted by this process help prolong the lifespan of the parts, reducing the need for frequent replacement and maintenance

Dainsta’s passivation services provide metal parts with enhanced corrosion resistance, prolonged lifespan, improved cleanliness, and consistent performance, reducing maintenance costs and ensuring suitability for critical aerospace, medical, food processing, and many more applications. 

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