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nickel alloy containing 5 to 15% by weight of cobalt, wherein the wire is prepared by electroplating a layer of nickel or a nickel alloy containing 5 to 15% by weight of cobalt on a nickel-titanium alloy wir.:, heating the plated wire at a temperature of 350 to 750°C for a time sufficient until a hydrogen content of the plated wire is rc- duced to below 10 ppm, cold working the plated wire at a working ratio of at lea\t 10%. and heating the cold-worked wire at a temperature of 300 to 900°C for 10 to 120 sec.
Special Effect Paint for Motor Vehicles U.S. Patent 5,733,976. Mar. 31, 1998 M-T Sailer, assignor to Daimler-Benz AG, Stuttgarf, Germany
An effect paint comprising a homoge- neous mixture of at least one liquid crystal side-chain polymer with mesogenic unit<, and at least one surface-active compound, which automatically aligns the mesogemc units in the chiral-nematic arrangement during paint application to produce a di:%- tinct color effect.
Electrostatic Coating System U.S. Patent 5,735,958. Apr. 7, 1998 F: Mauchle, assignor fo Gema Volsfafic AG, Switzerland
An electrostatic spray coating apparatus including a device for spraying coating ma- terial onto an article, which is electrically connected to ground potential.
Method of Polishing U.S. Patent 5,735,963. Apr. 7, 1998 YS. Obeng, assignor to Lucent Tscbnologies Inc., Murray Hi//, NJ.
A method of polishing a material com- prising exposing to a slurry, which contains an abrasive and an organic oxidant being hydroxylamine.
Removal of Paint from Wheel Hubs U.S. Patent 5,735,965. Apr. 7, 1998 K Baldi, assignor to Reynolds Wheels International Lid., Lugano, Switzerland
A method of removing paint, in partic- ular electrostatically applied powders from wheel hubs, comprising blocking the hub from one side to form a chamber;
generating a jet of air into the chamber to contact the hub surface directly, indi- rectly, or obliquely with the air and pro- duce turbulence sufficient to remove an unwanted layer of paint covering the hub surface; and generating a negative pres- sure in at least part of the chamber re- ceiving the jet of air to aspirate and re- cover the paint removed from the hub and held in suspension by the air in that part of the chamber.
Pretreatment Prior to Salt Bath Nitriding U.S. Patent 5,735,971. Apr. 7. 1998 G. Wahl and R. Willing-Lepenies, assignors to hferrit GmbH Thermofechnik, Mannheim, Germany
A method for the pretreatment of a com- ponent made from steel containing more than IO% of chromium and/or more than 4% of nickel, which forms passive layers on the surface thereof, comprising treating in an oxidizing salt melt at 300 to 500°C and thereafter nitrocarburizing in a cya- nide- or cyanate-containing salt bath to thereby achieve flawless nitrocarburizing.
Increase Paint Adhesion and Reduce Underfilm Corrosion on:
*Steel *Aluminum l Zinc and Galvanized Surfaces
Increase Corrosion Resistance and Reduce Galling on Steel
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