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AHC - Surface Treatment Specialists

Main plant of the AHC Surface Treatment Group When customers have big plans, the specialists in Kerpen are in demand.
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AHC Introduces Special Coating for Seat Rails The corrosion and wear protection of seat rails for aircraft made from a high-strength aluminium alloy is improved by a special coating process from AHC Oberflächentechnik GmbH.
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AHC Oberflächentechnik Has New Plant in China The Dutch industrial company Aalberts Industries has operated a plant for surface treatment of components near Shanghai, China, for about two years, under the name of Hangzhou AHC Surface Treatment Technology Co., Ltd. Since 1 January 2016 this plant has been officially integrated into the AHC Group, which in turn is itself a part of Aalberts Industries NV.
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AHC Oberflächentechnik Special Feature AHC Oberflächentechnik a coating company in the field of functional surface technology, employ about 900 workers in a total of 19 plants in Germany and neighbouring countries. With our processes, mostly developed ourselves, we coat components to protect them against wear and corrosion or to give their surfaces the properties required. The main customers are the automobile industry and the mechanical engineering sector but the wind energy industry and the relevant plant components are playing an ever more significant role for us. With our processes we contribute to prolonging the service life of the plant components.
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LASOX-COAT®: Novel Method for the Selective Oxidation of Aluminium Surfaces Prior to Serial Production From the idea to operate a coating process without the use of chemicals, AHC Oberflächentechnik in Germany developed a novel method for the oxidation of aluminium surfaces.
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Line-Mounted Valve for Foundry Machines Resists Wear and Corrosion Sand casting moulds for large cavities are produced with core shooters. Typical cast parts are motor vehicle engine and gearbox blocks. The cores with which the cavities are filled in the course of casting consist of moulding sand mixed with a binder. After filling, they are compressed with air pressure by means of a pneumatic cylinder.
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Crash Without Consequences - Ceramic Coating of Aluminium Centering Ring for Turbomolecular Pumps A ceramic coating enables aluminium sealing elements in turbomolecular pumps to transmit torques to the system that occur in the case of a rotor-stator crash.
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Coating to Increase the Friction of Coupling Sleeves in Wind Turbines Electroless nickel plating by the DURNI-COAT® process of AHC Oberflächentechnik GmbH creates wear-resistant surfaces on metal components. In the coating process, a nickel-phosphorus alloy is deposited, forming a strong bond with the surface. The coating process takes place in an aqueous electrolyte containing dissolved nickel ions.
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Wear-Resistant, Dry-Lubricated Layer A few micrometers of functional layer is applied by means of electroless dip methods to a multitude of base materials. These layers provide the material with, for example, sure protection against corrosion and high level of wear-resistence, reduction in friction and properties of solderability or electrical conductivity. Iron or non-iron base materials and plastics may be coated.
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Sewer Inspection Light and Easy Around the clock, all over the world, waste water is produced, flowing through widely ramified drainage systems to sewage treatment plants. Constant monitoring and maintenance is required to ensure that the sewers are absolute watertight and passable. For approximately 50 years, camera systems have been used to inspect the sewers and these camera systems have been since improved several times.
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