contact corrosion

contact corrosion

[′kän‚takt kə′rō·zhən]
(metallurgy)
(metallurgy)
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The metal- and salt-free stabilization ensures there is no contact corrosion, explains Thomas Linder, expert in Durethan product and applications development at LANXESS High Performance Materials business unit.
due to contact corrosion the melting process of the copper, which was used for HE plates' brazing, was observed.
Applications of a Real-Time Electronic Contact Corrosion Monitor, Proceedings of Advances in Instrumentation and Control Vol 46: pp 929-955.
In developing its Monomet cylinder head gasket, STE of Wilhelmshaven, Germany, used a powder coating compound of Victrex PEEK polymer and PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) to prevent micro abrasion, contact corrosion, and "welding" of the cylinder head to the cylinder block.
As the SplashModule is contactless, extremely thin and malleable, product design aesthetics are not compromised, reliability is dramatically improved and issues with contact corrosion, waterproofing, contamination and physical size are eliminated.
The material is said to have outstanding dielectric properties; it achieves flammability compliance without contact corrosion problems, and the blocks are also resistant to chemicals commonly encountered in the service environment.