METTEX is a new electroplating solution for coating consumable metals that can be used to replace chrome as an industrial and decorative coating. The finished product will have superior coating of industrial-strength hardness, thus achieving a high quality of plating luster and beauty, better wear resistance, lubricity, and corrosion resistance. By changing solutions and anodes, existing chrome-plating tanks are easily converted for use with METTEX Electroplating Bath. METTEX provides adhesion on all common metals and alloys such as steel, cast iron, aluminum, copper, brass, and bronze. Click here for more info .

A manufacturing method allows the production of luminescent articles protected by a resistant outer layer, that does not penetrate into the phosphor layer. This enables recovery of the phosphor after the lifetime of the article, while protecting the object against mechanical damage and scratches. The technology is used to produce photoluminescent screens used for X-ray imaging. The screens have a photostimulable phosphor layer, covered by a radiation-cured top layer that is resistant to mechanical wear. Click here for more info .

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