Stainless Passivation

The corrosion resistance of stainless steel is based on the formation of a very thin chromium oxide-rich passive layer, which is formed only on metallically pure stainless steel surfaces.


Passivation is a chemical conversion process that removes surface ferretic iron, creating a chromium oxide layer that prevents rust and corrosion. 

We currently provide services for the defence and aviation industries to comply with the following standards: QQ-P-35, AMS 2700F, BAC 5625