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  • Ceramic Coating on S/Steel

    Been given these polished s/steel pipes and I am wondering if they have to be blasted or not? I am not sure if the ceramic will have enough adhesion to the S/steel once fully cured?
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    Re: Ceramic Coating on S/Steel

    Blast then with 120 grit but don't use sand use aluminum oxide, sand with cause adhesion problem from the high silica content in sand. nothing holds good to smooth surface.

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      Re: Ceramic Coating on S/Steel

      Originally posted by Audley View Post
      Before applying Ceramic coating first, Blast with 120 grit aluminum oxide but don't use sand, sand with cause adhesion problem because it contains silica content in sand. Blasting puts high points and low points on your metal part. You call this a profile. A profile lets the ceramic coat move into run into the high and low points so it adhere to the part much stronger than if the metal was completely smooth. Nothing holds good to a smooth surface. Aluminum oxide blasting media is sold almost anywhere that sells powder coating products
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        Re: Ceramic Coating on S/Steel

        Steel pipes are good and they not blast usually.
        cash for scrap metal

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