Coatings Technology Blog

When Protecting Magnesium Parts, Look Beyond Conventional Anodizing

Magnadize® protects magnesium from corrosion and can be formulated to protect against wear, outgassing and thermal extremes as well as to minimize friction.

Lectrofluor® Smooths the Flow of Dried Fruit To Keep Portions Consistent

Lectrofluor® ensured an anti-stick surface plus wear reduction for a solid filling machine used to package dried fruits.

Plasmadize® Keeps Metal Extrusion Parts in Good Shape

Mixer blades that extrude thick plastics are particularly susceptible to abrasive wear. Magnaplate's Plasmadize® helps protect these vital parts from wear.

Coin-Counting Machine Manufacturer Keeps the Cash Flowing With Nedox

A Nedox® surface treatment is able to provide extended wear protection for a manufacturer of coin-counting machines.

Prepare for PFAS Rules With Magnaplate's Surface Treatments

Magnaplate 10K coatings deliver the protective characteristics your parts need without PFAS chemicals.

How Magnaplate Surface Treatments Help Optimize Uptime for Valuable Semiconductor Equipment

Magnaplate surface treatments protect semiconductor equipment in vacuum environments against corrosion, friction, abrasion, contamination and sticking.

Engineered Coatings Have an Important Role in Fighting the Climate Crisis

Magnaplate innovation and engineered surface treatments can have a positive effect on environmental sustainability.

Nedox Delivers a Healthy Outcome for a Body Fluid Analyzer Manufacturer

When a manufacturer of body fluid diagnostic analyzers tested 15 coatings for protection against wear and chemicals, Nedox® was the top performer.

How Magnaplate HCR® Solves Mold Release Challenges for Thermoformed Pharmaceutical Blister Packages

Magnaplate HCR® is becoming the "go to" coating in the thermoforming of blisters from PVC/PVDC laminates in forming, filling and sealing machines.

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