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Aluminum Oxide Coatings

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Aluminum oxide coatings are a type of industrial coating, applied either via a plasma electric arc coating process or Rokide rod processes. Aluminum oxide coatings, also known as “beta ceramic,” is used in a wide range of industries and applications. Aluminum oxide (Al2O3) is a chemical compound of aluminum and oxygen. It is the most common naturally occurring aluminum oxide. Aluminum oxide coatings, like the material itself, are very hard, inert to acids and alkalis, and naturally provide a passivation layer that prevents weathering and environmental corrosion. Generally applied from a powdered or ceramic-based feedstock form, aluminum oxide coatings are available in a range of specialized chemistries that provide unique advantages. Variations can be produced to improve corrosion or wear resistance, boost dielectric performance, reduce or eliminate current transfer arc erosion, or provide better electrical insulation.

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