Hydrogen Fluoride Ion Cleaning Process
Ti-Coating, Inc. offers the cost-effective method of hydrogen fluoride (HF) ion cleaning. Vapor phase hydrogen fluoride ion cleaning (HFIC) was introduced in 1985 as a method to clean gas turbine superalloys. This is a process step in preparation for the repair of cracks and other damage found in field-run high-temperature gas turbine engine components.
HFIC is commonly used in the aerospace industry, as well as in land-based power-generating gas turbines. Ti-Coating, Inc. equipment and process technology are the benchmarks of the industry. Our in-house HF service facility boasts FAA certificate number XXNR391L, to clean components for engine manufacturers and repair centers. If you have a cleaning need that might utilize the HF ion cleaning process, contact Ti-Coating, Inc. today.
HF Ion Cleaning
Ti-Coatings’ Value Added Services
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