Anodizing is a simple electrochemical process that was developed over a century ago to form a protective layer of aluminum oxide on the surface of aluminum.
The finish’s lifetime is proportional to the thickness of the anodic coating used. Aluminum oxide is a tough, long-lasting, weather-resistant substance that shields the base metal. The coating can be dyed or exhibit bronze tones due to diffraction phenomena caused by the PPC Clamp for Anodizing. This electrochemical process creates the coating from the base aluminum metal. The coating is a part of the metal and will not peel or flake. The coating of PPC Clamp for Anodizing is made up of many small hexagonal pores that are filled with a “seal” that hydrolyzes the pores and fills them with inert aluminum oxide. PVDF coatings are typically composed of 70% PVDF and 30% other resins, with acrylic typically predominating.
While 50% PVDF coatings are available, they do not come in as many colors as AAMA 2605.PVDF coatings’ strengths are chemical resistance and UV light resistance. Because of its weather resistance and wide range of colors, PVDF has come to dominate the curtain wall and metal roofing markets.
PPC-5000N is a 5000N capacity attachment for testing polypropylene (PP) strapping band tension. It is intended to securely clamp PP strapping band without slipping.
Designed to securely clamp PP strapping band without slipping .
Reduces PP band breakage caused by wrapping clamp
Used to test tensions up to 5000N.
Complies with the relevant section of the JIS standard
PPC Insulators manufactures spool and guy strain insulators from the highest grade electrical wet-process porcelain in a wide range of electrical values that are mechanically breakage resistant. For ultimate strength, ratings are made in accordance with ANSI Standard C29.4.