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Surface treatment refers to a process or series of processes applied to the surface of a material, object, or component with the aim of improving its properties or performance. The purpose of surface treatment can vary depending on the material and the desired outcome. The number of surface treatments available for chains can vary based on the type of chain, its intended use, and the industry.
Galvanized: Involves coating chains with a layer of zinc to protect against corrosion. Hot-dip galvanization is a common method.
Painting: Painting is a process of applying a liquid substance called paint to a surface to create a protective, decorative, or functional coating.
Powder coating: Provides a durable and corrosion-resistant finish in various colors.
Polish: Polishing is a process of refining and smoothing a surface to improve its appearance, shine, and overall quality. It involves the removal of imperfections, scratches, or roughness from a material's surface, resulting in a smoother and more reflective finish.
Black oxidation: Also known as blackening or black oxide coating, is a chemical conversion coating applied to ferrous metals (mostly steel and iron) to provide corrosion resistance and enhance the appearance of the metal surface.
The choice of surface treatment depends on the specific requirements of the application, considering factors such as the type of chain, environmental conditions, load conditions, and the desired performance characteristics. Manufacturers often select combinations of surface treatments to achieve the optimal balance for the intended use of the chain.