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Delstar Metal Finishing Inc
11501 Brittmoore Park Dr 
Houston TX Texas
United States 77041
Phone: +1 713 849 2090
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Delstar Electropolishing Passivating and Mechanical Polishing About Us Markets Served Plant Tour Resources BlackStar Question? Contact Us Expand All | Collapse All + Electropolishing What Is Electropolishing? How Is It Accomplished? Benefits of Electropolishing Metals That Can Be Electropolished Electropolishing Characteristics Good vs. Bad Electropolishing Applications Guide How To Specify Electropolishing Electropolishing Standards Electropolishing User's Guide Passivating + Pickling & Chemical Cleaning Metal Pickling Stainless Steel Pickling Carbon Steel Pickling Chemical Cleaning + Mechanical Polishing Mechanical Polishing Buffing and Grinding Protective Coatings and Sandblasting On-Site Services Application Examples Environmental Policy Electropolishing Electropolishing is an electrochemical process similar to, but the reverse of, electroplating. The electropolishing process smoothes and streamlines the microscopic surface of a metal object. As a result, the surface of the metal is microscopically featureless, with not even the smallest speck of a torn surface remaining. learn more > Passivating Passivation is the chemical treatment of a stainless steel surface with a mild oxidant such as a nitric acid or citric acid solution. This is typically done to remove any "free-iron" from the surface of the metal, which enhances the corrosion resistance of the stainless steel surface and accelerates the re-formation of the passive layer. learn more > Pickling and Chemical Cleaning Pickling (Chemical Descaling) is typically used to remove oxide layers resulting from welding, heat-treating, and other high temperature operations. All of these oxide layers are generally referred to as "scale" and must be removed prior to Electropolishing or Passivating . Pickling is sometimes referred to as "Acid Washing" or "White Acid Pickling". learn more > Mechanical Polishing Mechanical polishing covers grinding , polishing and buffing - all processes for improving the surface conditions of a product for decorative or funct