5/21/2019

Surface Solutions Products Protect from Abrasion and Corrosion

Originally titled 'Surface Solutions Products Protect from Abrasion and Corrosion'
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Bales Metal Surface Solutions provides cost-effective, high quality solutions to extend mold life by protecting from abrasion and corrosion, while also aiding part release.

Bales Metal Surface Solutions provides cost-effective, high quality solutions to extend mold life by protecting from abrasion and corrosion, while also aiding part release. The company’s Diamond Chrome (85 RC) and Diamond EN (70 RC with post bake) provide superior abrasion and wear protection for molds running a high percentage of fillers like glass and fibers. The company’s Nibore offers a low coefficient of friction that aids in part release and increased resin flow rate for parts sticking in the mold and causing downtime and mold damage. Utilizing the company’s Electroless Nickel provides a uniform deposit on the entire mold or the components that see the most exposure to protect the base material from corrosion damage. Visit the company at Amerimold to learn about more products and solutions to mold and molding related problems.

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Bales Metal Surface Solutions

Booth: 1210

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