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Products for Anodizing and Chromate Conversion / Seals

CHEMEON Sealants*
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We offer mid-temp nickel and magnesium seals to promote corrosion resistance with minimal dye leaching, hot DI seal additives to assist in smut prevention and seal acceleration, and a room temperature seal that is pH balanced for ease of use.

 

Seals Type Description Method of Application Concentration pH Temp Time
CHEMEON
TCP-HF

SDS
Trivalent chromium seal for type II class 1 and type III class 1 clear anodic coatings Anodized aluminum coating sealant Immersion 5-25% v/v 3.6-4.0 65-120°F  5-10 min
               
CHEMEON
AlSeal 9100

SDS
Low-voltage seal for type II class 1 and type III class 1 clear anodic coatings Anodized aluminum coating sealant against corrosive alkaline media to meet the GMW 14665 - Class C Immersion
Low-voltage
2.5-3.5% v/v 10.25-11.8 150°F 1-10 min
               
CHEMEON
Seal 6000

SDS
Additive for hot deionized water seal Wetting agents and dispersants prevent smut and accelerate seal. Parts may be painted, bonded, welded with excellent results Immersion 0.1-0.5% v/v 6.2-7.0 195-205°F 10-60 min
               
CHEMEON
Seal 6100

SDS
Low foaming liquid mid-temp nickel seal Dispersant system aids in smut prevention. Provides superior corrosion resistance and negligible dye leaching Immersion 1.0-4.0% v/v 5.2-6.2 160-190°F 1-10 min
               
CHEMEON
Seal 6200

SDS
Liquid mid-temp magnesium seal Excellent corrosion resistance with minimal dye leaching Immersion 1.0-3.0% v/v 6.5-7.5 170-200°F 5-20 min
               
CHEMEON
Seal 6300

SDS
Liquid room temperature seal pH adjusted for ease of installation and maintenance Immersion 3.0-5.0% v/v
5.7-6.5
 
70-90°F 2-15 min
               

* In 2013, CHEMEON Surface Technology, formerly Metalast Surface Technology, acquired all assets of Metalast International, LLC, and is the sole source of products and services known and marketed as Metalast prior to June 10, 2015, now marketed under the CHEMEON mark. CHEMEON is not affiliated with David M. Semas.