A surface conditioner and activator used prior to room-temperature black oxide processes for steel.
Eliminates iridescent blue finishes on hard-to-blacken hardened micro-finished tool steel surfaces. Acts as a conditioner by enhancing the depth of black. Temperature: 75–150° F. Concentration: 5–10% by volume in water.
A universal liquid surface conditioner and activator for steel.
Use prior to the application of black oxide and rust patina finishes for steel, cast iron, and leaded steel surfaces. Features the added advantage of eliminating smut from steels such as bar stock. Temperature: 65–80° F. Concentration: 20% by volume in water.
A simple energy-saving process that produces a smut-free black finish unlike other blackening processes. Recommended for...
A thick-film variety formula that creates a brown-green to brown-orange finish. A fume and acid-free immersion process that takes...Collapse Information
An easy-to-use black pre-dip that provides a rich black color treatment on steel.
Use in combination with hydrochloric acid prior to a zinc phosphate coating.