MINDEN, Nev., Nov. 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- On November 17, 2016 CHEMEON Surface Technology presents many ways to replace sodium dichromate and hexavalent chrome with MIL-SPEC and Military Grade coatings that protect against corrosion, promote greater adhesion, and are safe to humans and the environment.
CHEMEON offers Spray, Brush On, Touch Up Pen, Immersion and Ready To Use applications for CHEMEON's MIL-SPEC and Military Grade coatings. These varied applications protect against corrosion while replacing sodium dichromate and hex chrome. Whether it's called sodium dichromate, Cr6, Alodine, or simply hex chrome, hexavalent chromium has been the de facto source for military grade corrosion protection. Because hexavalent chrome is a known carcinogen, that protection comes at a price to health and industry. The EU initiative to ban hexavalent chrome is less than one year away. CHEMEON's commitment to replacing hexavalent chrome has made us a global leader in product and process development of MIL-SPEC and Military Grade replacements for hexavalent chrome. To accommodate the myriad of ways in which prime contractors, military, architectural, medical and the automotive industry apply coatings, CHEMEON offers the widest variety of application methods for use on aluminum, titanium, magnesium, galvanized steel and tin. CHEMEON TCP-HF (Hexavalent Free) is approved under MIL-DTL-81706 and MIL-DTL-5541 and can be applied via Immersion, Brush On, Wipe On, Spray and via the convenient and safe CHEMEON Touch Up Pen for surface scratch and patch repair. The MIL-SPEC CHEMEON TCP-HF SP is designed specifically for spray applications. For applications where surface preparation cannot include removing oxides from the surface, the Military grade CHEMEON TCP-NP (No Prep) fills the bill. And for ease of application CHEMEON TCP-HF RTU (Ready To Use) is pre mixed and can be applied directly from 5gal, 55 gallon, tote, spray bottles or touch up pen.