The Alternative to Stainless Steel

Sealed Surface Conversion SystemNORD nsdtuph

The industrial market has long awaited a product with a large range of standard reducers with the corrosive resistance properties of a stainless steel product without the excessive cost.

In response to these demands, NORD Gear has begun utilizing an electrically catalyzed process to create a uniform case depth protective surface with its existing aluminum alloy housing material.  Combined with a sealer, NORD’s corrosion resistant cleanable Sealed Surface Conversion system (NSDtupH) allows existing aluminum alloy housings to be protected with a base finish that is 6-7 times harder than aluminum alloy.  With its stainless steal hardware, optional stainless steel shafts, optional stainless steel motors and optional food grade lubricants, NORD NSDtupH is the optimal package for applications in a variety of incredibly harsh environments.

Useful in Many Harsh Environments (including but not limited to)

  • Chemical wash down
  • Damp and wet environments
  • Marine/Coastal
  • Food & Beverage industry
  • Car Wash
  • Dairy
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Water and wastewater treatment

Some of the Many Benefits

  • Cost effective alternate to stainless steel
  • Corrosion resistance
  • Chip resistance
  • Non propagating from scratches/blemishes
  • Highly Cleanable low friction surface
  • Non-porous
  • Lighter than stainless
  • Chemical resistant
  • Elimination of galvanic corrosion

For more information on this innovative new product contact your FLOLO sales representative or call (630) 595-1010 today.

 

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