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Zinc

This plating is well known for different industries, at AUGE we offer our product with four different classes of this plating depending on the thickness and according to the standard ASTM B633 these are 5, 8, 12 and 25 μm.

Properties:

Appearance:

  • Metallic Gray

Thickness:

  • 5, 8, 12 and 25 μm

Corrosion:

  • Corrosion resistance in saline environments 96 hours

Water Solubility:

  • Insoluble

Cadmium

This plating is common used by the oil & gas and petrochemical industries,  on offshore and onshore applications according to the class and that depends on the thickness 5, 8, 10, 12 and 25 μm.

Properties:

Appearance:

  • Golden

Thickness:

  • 5, 8, 12 and 25 μm

Corrosion:

  • Corrosion resistance in saline environments 96 hours

Water Solubility:

  • Insoluble

Xylan ®

AUGE recognized as an approved and recommended coater by Whitford applies this coating which is generally used by the oil & gas industry because in addition to protect form corrosion it offers a low friction coefficient and improves wear resistance.

We offer this coating in different types: 1424, 1425, 1052, 1070 and 1014, which are the specific types for the oil & gas industry and also different colors such as: blue, black, red and green.

Properties:

Appearance:

  • Depending on the color according to the information aboveApproved_coater_Whitford

Thickness:

  • 15- 25 μm

Corrosion:

  • Corrosion resistance in saline environments 1500 hours

Water Solubility:

  • Insoluble

Dupont Teflon ®

AUGE recognized as an approved and recommended coater by Dupont applies this coating which is generally used by many different industries but it has been discovered that  it can resist the most corrosive environments, specially designed for coating off shore, chemical processing, and water treatment fasteners on substrates such as carbon steel, stainless steel, and aluminum.

Properties:

Appearance:

  • Red/BlueApproved_Coater_Dupont

Thickness:

  • 15- 25 μm

Corrosion:

  • Corrosion resistance in saline environments 3000 hours

Water Solubility:

  • Insoluble

Hot Dip Galvanized

Traditionally, hot-dip galvanized steel is specified for its superior corrosion protection, especially in harsh environments. Though corrosion resistance is inherent any time galvanizing is utilized, more and more specifiers select hot-dip galvanized steel for other reasons, including lowest initial cost, durability, longevity, availability, versatility, aesthetics, and sustainability.

Properties:

Appearance:

  • Grey

Thickness:

  • 53 μm (average)

Corrosion:

  • Corrosion resistance in saline environments 5 thousand hours

Water Solubility:

  • Insoluble

Auge Antifrix ®

It’s a coating for fastening elements, applied mainly on surfaces where is hard or almost impossible lubricate with grease and traditional oils, due to the fact  that it works as a dry lubricant, reducing friction coefficient and repelling dirt and dust.

Properties:

Appearance:

  • Dark Gray

Thickness:

  • 5 to 20 μm

Service temperature:

  • 0 a 250º C*

Water Solubility

  • Insoluble

*Applicable temperature on base steels: 4140, ASTM A193 B7, B7M or similar

Sermagard ®

This coating is designed to provide outstanding salt corrosion protection and UV resistance to our fasteners and components exposed to offshore and subsea environments.

Properties:

Appearance:

  • Metallic Gray, Red, Blue, Green, Black and White

Thickness:

  • 25 to 45 μm

Water Solubility

  • Insoluble

Niwat 1000 ®

This Plating was developed by Industrias AUGE to be used in highly corrosive environments where a superior resistance is desired, such as environments with presence of sour gas (H2S), It bears excellently environments with presence of sulfide and chlorides in an acid level.

Properties

Appearance:

  • Metallic uniform that is similar to stainless steel

Corrosion:

  • Corrosion resistance in saline environments greater than 1 thousand hours

Melting Point:

  • 880º C

Hardness:

  • 500 ± 50 HV0.1 a 30 μm of thickness

Coefficient of thermal expansion:

  • 13 a 14 μm/mK

Elongation:

  • 0.6%

Abrasion resistance:

  • 12-16 TWI

Thickness:

  • 20 to 23 μ

Nitric acid test successfully approved

Nickel-Cobalt (Ni-Co)

An important use of cobalt as an alloying ingredient for electrodeposited nickel is in engineering applications since it increases the hardness and strength of pure nickel electrodeposits, providing some attractive properties such as abrasion and corrosion resistance, ductility and weldability. Due to the electrodeposition process and kinetics, the risk of hydrogen embrittlement in nickel-cobalt electrodeposits is minimized so its application is highly recommended for corrosive environments.

Properties

Appearance:

Metallic Gray

Thickness:

5, 12, 18 and 25 µm (known as service condition, SC)

Corrosion:

Corrosion resistance of salt-environments in a fog chamber with different electrolyte solutions for thick Ni-Co coatings (> 25 µm), from 120 to 500 h at higher to lower corrosive environments, respectively.

Water solubility:

Insoluble

Acid Immersion Test proves a great functionality of the Ni-Co coating after a 7 days exposition at acidic solution of pH lower than 1.2.

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