New Methods Testing of Adhesion of the Coating to Sheet Metal by Bending
Milan Dvořák, Emil Schwarzer
DOI: 10.4236/jsemat.2012.22011   PDF    HTML   XML   7,036 Downloads   12,261 Views   Citations


The article is deals for new experimental equipment for effective test adhesion for selected coating STEEL, applied cold on the coated metal sheet with Al (aluminum). Explanation to the word STEEL: STEEL coating has significant anti- corrosive properties and he is resistant for main oxidizing agents such as acids, alkalis, salt vapors etc. Resists tem- peratures to 600?C and create an elastic film that is resistant to abrasion, as soon as it was to complete po-lymerization. It is very simple to applied to metallic and nonmetallic surfaces. Dries quickly and is dry to the touch after 90 to 120 seconds. STEEL is the best possible solution anywhere, if needs arises powerful local protection against atmospheric and corrosive agents or to elevated temperatures. STEEL is also useful as a method for protect of welds on stainless steels instead of traditional staining procedures. Broad application is in automotive industry to modify the surfaces of block vehicle, car-body repairs, welds needing protection, in heating industry for example boilers, in air condition with heat exchanger and in shipping industry. [1-3].In experiments with a new test equipment is showed that for bending radius of interval from range R11 to R35 there is a change deposited coating STEEL from original coating Al and this coating was part of test metal sheet of thickness 1.5 mm. In the next stage of solution was developed technological process, which allowed increase of adhesion coating STEEL for bending up to or maximum 180? (shape U). Result of new technology is documented in article. Experiments was implementing with cooperation of the Masaryk University in Brno.

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M. Dvořák and E. Schwarzer, "New Methods Testing of Adhesion of the Coating to Sheet Metal by Bending," Journal of Surface Engineered Materials and Advanced Technology, Vol. 2 No. 2, 2012, pp. 61-64. doi: 10.4236/jsemat.2012.22011.

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