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Stainless steels with functional surfaces offer numerous performance benefits in a wide range of applications, and Alfa Chemistry provides unique functionalized coating services for stainless steel substrates. With our simple-to-apply, specific treatment technologies, you can improve the performance of practically any stainless steel product. Join together with us to make your stainless steel surfaces more functional!
Alfa Chemistry has a variety of surface modification technologies that can functionalize stainless steel to provide numerous performance benefits. Our surface modification options for stainless steel substrates include:
These nanoscale coatings are optically clear and long-lasting.
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Case 1: Co-Ni-Fe nanoparticle coating
Coating Co-Ni-Fe nanoparticles on stainless steel substrates was done using an electrodeposition approach. After 30 minutes, a smooth coating surface with good corrosion resistance and high microhardness was formed.
Case 2: Superhydrophobic SiO2 coating
We prepared SiO2 nanocoatings on stainless steel substrates using a sol-gel method and a dip-coating technique with tetraethyl orthosilicate as the precursor. After modifying the superhydrophobic SiO2 coating with fluoroalkylsilane, which is acid and alkali corrosion resistant to some extent, the superhydrophobic SiO2 coating was created. The coating's water contact angle was 154.7°.
Case 3: Nano-bioceramic coating
In the production of bone implants, stainless steel 306L is often employed. Their key feature is that they have excellent mechanical qualities. However, their corrosion resistance in physiological and bioactive fluids has been a source of worry. Alfa Chemistry used a sol-gel approach to make homogenous nano-bioceramics and then used electrophoresis to apply the surface treatment on 316L steel. The corrosion resistance of the stainless steel matrix was increased by the coating, resulting in a nine-fold increase in the corrosion resistance of 316L steel.
Fig 1. FESEM micrographs of (a) Co, (b) Co-Ni-Fe nanoparticles (30 mins), and (c) Co-Ni-Fe nanoparticles (90 mins). (Resali N. R, et al. 2013)
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