Tough Wear Resistant Protection
HRC 78 SURFACE HARDNESS
Vickers Diamond measurements produce a 1360 – 1400 hardness rating
Low Friction Coefficient
ARMOLOY is a low friction coating due to its unique finish. The low coefficient of friction is invaluable especially in situations where extreme temperatures are involved.
No Hydrogen Embrittlement
ARMOLOY prevents the hydrogen embrittlement phenomenon from occuring (original conditions may, not necessarily, be removed).
ARMOLOY will not significantly affect the tensile, yield or fatique properties of the base metal. Pre/Post baking available upon request or specification.
ARMOLOY Takes the Heat
Withstands temperatures of -400°F to 1600°F.
At elevated temperatures above 1200°F it will react with carbon monoxide, sulfur vapor and phosphorous. A bright red heat oxidation occurs in steam or alcali hydroxide atmospheres. Hardness and wear resistance will be reduced, to some degree, at temperatures above 1400°F.
ARMOLOY resists attacks by most organic and inorganic compounds with the exception of sulfuric and hydrochloric acids.
Of, course base metal porosity, surface finish and other imperfections affect basic corrosion-resistant properties.
All base metals with the ARMOLOY coating are enhanced.
Conforms to ASTM-B117 and others.