ASTM A967/A967M 2013 Edition has just been released and is available from Document Center Inc. in either paper or pdf format. Titled “Standard Specification for Chemical Passivation Treatments for Stainless Steel Parts,” the new revision is one of our go-to documents for chemical passivation. It includes recommendations and precautions for descaling, cleaning, and passivation of stainless steel parts.
Included are the following tests:
- Practice A—Water Immersion Test,
- Practice B—High Humidity Test,
- Practice C—Salt Spray Test,
- Practice D—Copper Sulfate Test,
- Practice E—Potassium Ferricyanide–Nitric Acid Test, and
- Practice F—Damp Cloth Test.
This practice references QQ-P-35 (later renumbered AMS-QQ-P-35 and then withdrawn in favor of AMS-2700), another major passivation document. The ASTM A967/A967-13 replaces ASTM A967/A967M-05 which is now obsolete.
Changes to the new 2013 Edition of A967/A967M can be found in the following areas: Section 1.5 (changed to combined Metric/US units), Revised Section 4.1 and added Section 4.3, Added Notes 2 and 3 to Sections 6 and 7, Revised Section 13.3, Combined Sections 14 through 19 into a new Section 14, Revised Section 22.1 (Now numbered 17.1) and added Section 17.2, and Added Sections X1.3.2-X1.3.4 and X1.12 to the Appendix.
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Happy New Year!
AMS 2700 Revision E, “Passivation of Corrosion Resistant Steels,” has just been released. The new edition replaces AMS 2700 Revision D which was released back in July of this year. The specification covers the requirements for a process to assure removal of free iron or other less noble contaminants from the surfaces of corrosion resistant steel parts.
There are two passivation methods covered by AMS 2700E — Passivation in Nitric Acid and Passivation in Citric Acid.
For the first method, 8 types may be specified:
- Low Temperature Nitric Acid with Sodium Dichromate
- Medium Temperature Nitric Acid with Sodium Dichromate
- High Temperature Nitric Acid with Sodium Dichromate
- 40% Nitric Acid for Free Machining Steels
- Anodic, for High Carbon Martensitic Steels
- Low Temperature Nitric Acid
- Medium Temperature Nitric Acid
- Medium Temperature, Nigh Nitric Acid Concentration
The processes defined in this specification have been used typically to dissolve metallic elements from the surfaces of corrosion resistant steels to improve their corrosion resistance, but usage is not limited to such applications.
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Techplate’s Plating and Anodizing Specifications Chart is a handy wall chart developed to summarize a variety of frequently referenced plating specs.
The 2006 Edition covers a wide variety of metals and coatings. Various classes are covered, along with thicknesses, and applications. It’s 18 inches wide by 24 inches high, so it’s easy to post and reference.
Here is a list of some of the coatings covered and specs that apply: