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CORROSION PATENTS

CORROSION PATENTS Cleaning and descaling of metals. An improved process is described for cleaning, descaling and deoxidation of metals, especially stainless steel. A treating bath acts directly on the scale or oxide itself. Advantages cited are the decrease in time required as compared with the acidpickling process, decrease in metal loss to 10 lb.ton, elimination of picklingwaste disposal problem, reactivity of the bath with C, decreased etching of the metal surfaces, and low cost and simplicity of operation. Thus, in cleaning a NiCr alloy steel, the complete cycle for satisfactory oxide removal is as follows 6 to 7 min. in fused NaOH 5 NaNO3 at 900F., or 4 to 5 min. at 950F., water quench, and treatment in 10 HCl at 180 for 1 min. followed by 15 sec. in 15 HNO3 at 180.U.S. Pat. 2,678,289, James H. Noble, Rolfe Pottberg and Urlyn C. Tainton. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials Emerald Publishing

CORROSION PATENTS

Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials , Volume 2 (2): 2 – Feb 1, 1955

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
0003-5599
DOI
10.1108/eb019024
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Abstract

Cleaning and descaling of metals. An improved process is described for cleaning, descaling and deoxidation of metals, especially stainless steel. A treating bath acts directly on the scale or oxide itself. Advantages cited are the decrease in time required as compared with the acidpickling process, decrease in metal loss to 10 lb.ton, elimination of picklingwaste disposal problem, reactivity of the bath with C, decreased etching of the metal surfaces, and low cost and simplicity of operation. Thus, in cleaning a NiCr alloy steel, the complete cycle for satisfactory oxide removal is as follows 6 to 7 min. in fused NaOH 5 NaNO3 at 900F., or 4 to 5 min. at 950F., water quench, and treatment in 10 HCl at 180 for 1 min. followed by 15 sec. in 15 HNO3 at 180.U.S. Pat. 2,678,289, James H. Noble, Rolfe Pottberg and Urlyn C. Tainton.

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Anti-Corrosion Methods and MaterialsEmerald Publishing

Published: Feb 1, 1955

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