Hydrogen Embrittlement Relief

We have seven large-capacity baking ovens for hydrogen relieving and in late 2016 we will have a 7 station continuous oven for hydrogen relieving. Each batch oven has a daily circular chart recorder to record oven temperatures and is calibrated quarterly to ensure consistent temperature. Standard procedure is to have parts at 375-400F temperature for 4 hours. We can also accommodate longer bake times of 8, 12, and 24 hours.

Our ovens are calibrated and certified every six months to meet the requirements of specifications such as the Chrysler PS 9500.

Hydrogen Embrittlement Relief

We have seven large-capacity baking ovens for hydrogen relieving and in late 2016 we will have a 7 station continuous oven for hydrogen relieving. Each batch oven has a daily circular chart recorder to record oven temperatures and is calibrated quarterly to ensure consistent temperature. Standard procedure is to have parts at 375-400F temperature for 4 hours. We can also accommodate longer bake times of 8, 12, and 24 hours.

Our ovens are calibrated and certified every six months to meet the requirements of specifications such as the Chrysler PS 9500.

Stainless Steel Passivation

We currently offer room temperature nitric acid passivation of non-magnetic stainless steels. Stainless steels are corrosion-resistant by nature, which might suggest that passivating them would be unnecessary. However, stainless steels are not completely impervious to rusting. Corrosion can form when small spots on the surface begin to rust because grain boundaries or embedded bits of foreign matter (such as grinding swarf) allow water molecules to oxidize some of the iron in those spots despite the alloying chromium. Our passivation process is for parts made of grades of stainless steel that are susceptible to this oxidation.

Passivation processes are generally controlled by industry standards and our process meets the requirements of ASTM specifications calling for ambient temperature nitric acid. As we further develop our aerospace capabilities, we will likely expand our stainless steel passivation offerings.

Vibratory Deburring

We use our batch operation vibratory finishing equipment to deburr, radius, descale, burnish, clean, and brighten a large number of relatively small workpieces.

Tumble Blasting

RMF uses Wheelabrator Tumblast Machines with different shot media to meet Ra specifications. This surface prep is completed before electroplating.

Tampo printing using a Pad Printer

We are developing this technology for a number of our automotive customers. By the end of 2016, we will be applying OEM logos to various brake related parts.