Here at Atomic Alloys, we understand how important it is to protect your metallic components while impacting the environment as little as possible. Our ArmorGalv thermal diffusion coating system meets and exceeds the ASTM A1059 standard and ensures the workmanship, finish, and appearance are up to specification. Our process of thermal diffusion coating is also safer and more viable than other traditional methods of galvanization, such as hot dip galvanizing. This is due to the overall reduced use of energy, the elimination of toxic fumes, and the process being chrome free with the addition of producing zero landfill material.
Steel and non-ferrous metals face greater engineering challenges than ever before. Higher demands on metal components in Oil & Gas, Automotive, Aerospace, Military, Transportation and Construction, call for a proven, cost-effective, and environmentally sound coating. ArmorGalv Thermal Diffusion of Zinc process makes an important contribution by providing an economical, ecologically viable coating solution that achieves these standards, in compliance with ASTM A1059.
ArmorGalv is a pioneer in the field of Zinc Thermal Diffusion, a method for coating and finishing industrial materials. Our process is time tested, and among the most modern and effective corrosion and hydrogen embrittlement protection methods for metal products. At the same time, our patented technology protects and improves the materials properties, whereby completely new fields of application may be developed.
Just to name a few: Galvanic corrosion protection, Conductivity, Wear prevention, Corrosion value, Yield strength, Tension strength, Surface hardness, Non-sparking.
Please reach out to us and let us know if you have any questions, and how we may help with your application.
The ArmorGalv Thermal Diffused Zinc (TDZ) system is a surface treatment for steel, corrosion resistant alloys and other metals in compliance with ASTM A1059. Components are "baked" with zinc+ powder in a closed cylinder for 2 - 3 hours at sub 800°F. The Zinc+ reacts with the metal and creates an even Metallic Zn-Fe alloy intermetallic bond on the surface of the parts. The optimized coating thicknesses can be set from 20-300 microns, and results in a multilayered sacrificial and barrier coating that is receptive to additional coating top layers.