Passivation

Passivation is a critical step in maximizing the essential corrosion resistance of parts and components machined from stainless steels. Passivation can make the difference between satisfactory performance and premature failure. The passivation process leaves a thin transparent oxide film that protects the stainless steel from corrosion.

Hi-Tech Metal Finishing offers the following approved passivation processes for these original equipment manufacturers.

 

Code Prime
80-T-35-1200 Vought Aircraft
80-T-35-1201 Vought Aircraft
AMS 2700 Eaton Jackson Fluid Power, GE Aviation Yakima, Goodrich Aerostructures, Goodrich LGD, Messier-Dowty, Northrop Grumman, Parker Hannifin
AMS-QQ-P-35 Eaton Jackson Fluid Power, GE Aviation Yakima, Goodrich Aerostructures, Goodrich LGD, Gulfstream Aerospace, Heroux-Devtek, Northrop Grumman, Sikorsky, Vought Aircraft
ASTM A 380 GE Aviation Yakima, Heroux-Devtek
ASTM A 967 GE Aviation Yakima, Goodrich LGD, Heroux-Devtek, Northrop Grumman, Vought Aircraft
BPS 4007 Bell Helicopter
CVA 1-6 Vought Aircraft
CSFS046 Cessna
GAMPS 4103 Gulfstream Aerospace
HPS-190 Heroux-Devtek
MDP4-8 MD Helicopters
MIL-S-5002 Goodrich LGD
MP2258 MHI Ltd. Aerospace
P-103-6 Parker Hannifin
PS 13001 Messier-Dowty
RPS 15.00 Goodrich LGD
SS8435 Sikorsky
VSS 7021 Vought Aircraft