Light-Curable Maskant protects surfaces during harsh processing.
July 20, 2010 -
Impervious to most acid and alkali solutions, SpeedMask® 730-BT provides surface protection during chemical milling/etching, plating, anodizing, and aggressive grit-blasting operations. Solvent-free organic resin is trimmable for complex configurations, and maintains edge tension to prevent leakage. Once cured, product protects nickel alloys, steel, titanium, stainless steel, aluminum, and glass. It is suitable for spray, dip, or brush masking of components.
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Light-Curable Maskant Offers Surface Protection During Harsh Environment Processing
SpeedMask® 730-BT is a masking resin formulated to provide excellent surface protection during chemical milling/etching, plating, anodizing, and aggressive grit-blasting operations aiding in the manufacturing, overhaul, repair, and rework of turbine engine blades, vanes, and other turbine components as well as many other metal finishing applications. 730-BT is impervious to most acid and alkali solutions. This next-generation maskant is trimmable for complex configurations while still maintaining edge tension to prevent leakage and damage to the substrate underneath.
SpeedMask 730-BT is a fast, light-curable, solvent-free, organic resin designed for spray, dip, or brush masking of components. Used as a temporary protective coating, SpeedMask 730-BT is a replacement for environmentally hazardous and time-consuming solvent- or water-based maskants. 730-BT requires no mixing prior to use. When cured, it provides surface protection from chemical processing of nickel alloys, steel, titanium, stainless steel, aluminum, and glass.
User comments about this story
Does SpeedMask really work? I work with processing and most of the time we work with harsh chemical products. What are the benefits?
jjones444 on Jan 6, 2011 13:28
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