Surface treatment is a manufacturing process that is carried out to give certain characteristics to the surface of an object. These treatments are done to metal parts to protect them and to protect their precision machining, from rusting and corrosion. In some cases, the process may have the additional purpose of bringing the product to dimensional specifications.
In Acebron Group we do the painting, blasting and metallisation of medium and large-sized parts for sectors with high quality requirements such as nuclear, wind or hydraulic. We have a NACE International Certificated (CIP Level 2) inspector for quality control of our products and highly qualified painters certified by ACQPA and FROSIO (Norsok 501).
What is surface treatment used for?
In the past, finishes were understood only as an aesthetic and cosmetic process of the product, but today the idea of finishes is understood as a first-line manufacturing stage.
These requirements can be:
- Release or introduction of mechanical stress
- Eliminate fracture initiation points and increase fatigue resistance
- Level of cleanliness and sterility
- Mechanical properties of its surface
- Protection against corrosion
- High precision dimensional tolerances
Acebron Group has different booths in which we carry out the following surface treatments:
- Paint applications
- Other procedures