BLACKENING

BLACKENING

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  1. Ultra-Blak 400-L is the liquid version of Ultra-Blak 400. This premium-grade liquid solution produces one of the darkest black finishes possible.

    Drag out 1–5 gallons of Ultra-Blak 400-L per 100-gallon tank every week.

    Subtotal $60.05
  2. A versatile blackening solution used to blacken stainless steel alloys 200, 300, 400, and 17-4 Ph, malleable cast iron, and mild, low-carbon steels.

    Subtotal $35.00
  3. Use Ultra-Blak 407-L give stainless steel parts sleek black finishes, work with a hot-temperature black-oxide solution, ensure dimensional stability, give black-oxide baths an initial charge and meet MIL-DTL-13924D Class 4 standards.

    Subtotal $45.17
  4. A dry-to-touch, hard-film, solvent-based lubricant and rust and corrosion inhibitor for ferrous and non-ferrous metals that produces 50 hours of salt spray resistance. Meets military spec for water displacement (Mil-C-16173D, Grade 3).

    Subtotal $35.00
  5. Ultra-Blak 404 oxidizing salts are used to blacken cast iron, malleable iron, and some mild low-carbon steels with a deep, rich black finish.

  6. Ultra-Blak 420 is an oxidizing liquid formulated for blackening a variety of brass, bronze, copper, and copper-alloyed surfaces.

    Subtotal $79.90
  7. EPi's room-temperature oxidizers and antiquing chemicals are suitable for brass, bronze, and copper, Varying the concentration and length of immersion results in different colors and finishes.

    Subtotal $60.00
  8. EPi's room-temperature oxidizers and antiquing chemicals are suitable for brass, bronze, and copper, Unique shades of brown and black on copper, brass, and bronze produce attractive pieces that appear antiqued. Varying the concentration and length of immersion results in different colors and finishes.

    Subtotal $60.00
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