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Passivation (AMS-QQ-P-35)

The Passivation process is a method of removing metal oxides; heat-treat scale and other foreign materials from stainless steel, leaving the surface chemically clean and prepared for further processing. Passivation restores the original corrosion-resistance surface by forming a thin, transparent oxide film on the part. Parts that are to be soldered or brazed should be Passivated before, but not after, these operations.


  2. Type 2 (Mil-A-8625)

  3. Type 3 (Mil-A-8625)

  4. Chem Film (Mil-C-5541)

  5. Passivation (AMS-QQ-P-35)

  6. Titanium (AMS-2288)

  7. Bright Dip

  8. Teflon Coating

  9. Masking and Plugging

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