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Paramount Metal Finishing Offers Military Specification CARC Coating

Paramount Metal Finishing is pleased to announce that the company’s range of Chemical Agent Resistance Coatings (CARC) for military vehicles meet the latest military specifications. The CARC military coatings adhere to the latest advancements in military specifications to withstand severe weather and wear intensive environments. These highly protective coatings can also be effectively decontaminated after exposure to chemical and biological warfare agents.

CARC coatings are intended to withstand the harsh chemicals that are used to wash down military vehicles and equipment that has been exposed to a chemical warfare agent, such as nerve gas. The coatings need to withstand the corrosive nature of the decontaminating chemicals (mostly solvents).

CARC Coating

carc coatingA CARC coating usually consists of an epoxy or polyurethane that is so resistant to decontaminating chemicals that if military equipment were to come into contact with a chemical warfare agent, that military personnel could take the equipment out from the field and wash it down with the strong solvents to remove the chemical agent. Coatings that are not resistant to the decontaminating solvents tend to soften and can put personnel at risk of touching the chemical agent. Even a very small amount of a chemical agent that comes into contact with personnel’s skin can cause death.

Paramount Metal Finishing applies CARC coatings on a regular basis in primarily 3 colors; green, black and desert tan. Other colors may be available depending on government approval.

For more information, please call 908-862-0772.

 

Paramount Metal Finishing Features Electroless Nickel

Paramount Metal Finishing has attained a reputation for supplying quality coatings and prompt metal finishing service at a competitive price. We also feature a special electroless nickel for our industrial services. Our versatility from  and technical ability has aided our customers in solving many of their purchasing problems. We look forward to working with you to produce a superior, competitive product. Our modern 75,000 sq. ft. facility is on the leading edge of Metal Finishing Technology.

Most metal and some plastic products are plated, painted, anodized or have some other coating applied to them. These coatings serve a variety of functions including solderability, RFI Shielding, lubricity, abrasion resistance, corrosion protection and aesthetic appeal. Some coatings are multi-functional, possessing several different properties.

Industrial Metal Finishing

Our metal finishing processes include the application of a wide variety of function coatings for industrial applications. These coatings serve a multitude of performance characteristics such as:

  • Corrosion Protection – plating, painting, anodizing and powder coating
  • Solderability – copper plating MIL-C-14550
  • Surface sealing – teflon coatings, dichromate and acetate sealing
  • Abrasion resistance – hardcoat anodizing, electroless nickel
  • Chemical resistance
  • Conductivity – tin plating MIL-T-10727, silver plating QQ-S-365, gold plating MIL-G-45204
  • High and low reflectivity, high and low gloss enamels
  • Lubricity—solid film lubrication MIF-PRF-46010, electroless nickel with Teflon
  • Dielectric electrical resistance
  • Graphics

Paramount Metal Finishing specializes in hard to coat components and has the unique capabilities to apply a combination of finishes such as plating, painting, powder coating, anodizing and graphics in one location with single-source responsibility.

Telecom & Computer Electronics

Paramount Metal Finishing applies a variety of coatings to various substrates for the Telecom and Computer Electronics industries. Our single-source finishing approach, comprised of anodizing, plating, painting, electroless nickel coating and graphics application, reduces turn-around time and decreases cost of transportation, quality assurance, and overall production for our customers.

From the engineering stage to full production, Paramount Metal Finishing has the staff and facility to help our customers succeed. Production capabilities range from R&D and prototype work to low production and automated high production quantities. In-house laboratory capabilities assure our customers that our processes are under control and our coatings meet their requirements.

Paramount Metal Finishing is an ISO 9001:2000 certified company since 2002, finishing components for major Telecom, Communications, Computer and Electronics companies.

Our capabilities have a wide range of functions and needs from a variety of clients. Visit us online at http://www.pmf1.com/ or contact us today at (908) 862-0772 for all of your metal finishing needs.

Personalized Military-Grade Government Metal Finishing

The customized military-grade government metal finishing that is available right now through Paramount Metal Finishing for their next military-based project includes zinc nickel alloy plating, which is often specified as either ASTM B841 or AMS 2417.

The zinc nickel alloy government metal finishing exhibits outstanding corrosion resistance on steel, even to the point of outperforming electro-galvanized or zinc plating and being comparable to cadmium.

Not only that, this government metal finishing shows superior corrosion protection over zinc at temperatures of up to 500 degrees F, as well as over 800 hours of salt spray protection until red rust, in accordance with ASTM B117 5% neutral salt spray testing.

This military-grade zinc nickel coating is made to be cost effective while keeping the top-notch quality standards that customers are used to and the protection performance they expect from the plating through Paramount’s extensive capabilities.

The government metal finishing comes in bulk barrel and rack plating lines. A rack work envelope that measures 110” long by 50” high by 18” deep with a weight capacity of 1,500 lbs is readily available for zinc nickel alloy plating seekers.

Government Metal Finishing

Paramount Metal Finishing offers several different zinc nickel plating specifications with particular types and classes that further define the specification. It’s widely accepted that better corrosion protection comes from coatings that have a higher nickel percentage.

One of our zinc nickel alloy plating specialists can speak with customers 24/7 to help find the right coating for their respective project. Many of the available choices are designed to comply with Restrictions of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) standards to better protect the environment.

Consumers can have peace of mind since Paramount’s qualified staff monitors and audits the creation processes to make sure that the plating characteristics and performance are testing at the company’s in-house laboratory prior to approval for shipping.

The firm has had years of experience creating zinc nickel alloy plating for clients with a variety of government-grade projects and will make sure all of the customer’s needs are met.

To get more information in regards to the government compliance that Paramount Metal Finishing strives to achieve, please do not hesitate to contact the company by calling (908) 862-0772 or visiting their comprehensive Web site at http://www.pmf1.com right now.