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Datasheet: PEO performance on Aluminium, Titanium and Magnesium

Keronite’s materials scientists are continuing to develop plasma electrolytic oxidation (PEO) technology. PEO is one of the world’s most advanced coatings for light alloys, with a combination of characteristics that can uniquely improve the performance of light alloys in an array of applications.

Aluminium, titanium and magnesium are three valve metals that are commonly enhanced by PEO treatment. PEO seeks not just to enhance the strength qualities of light alloys, but to extend their useful lifespan by staving off corrosion. It's this combination of benefits that makes it ideal for use by sectors such as the aerospace and automotive industries.

Keronite are at the cutting edge of materials science, having developed, deployed and industrialised hundreds of bespoke PEO coatings for our customers. Our latest datasheet explains the performance of PEO coatings on aluminium, titanium and magnesium. Included in the download is an introduction to Keronite's five-stage PEO development process, as well as data on:

  • Thickness range
  • Hardness
  • Dielectric strength
  • Thermal conductivity
  • Outward growth
  • Characteristics and benefits

Download the full datasheet to learn this and more. For free advice on the ideal surface coating for your application, you can also get in touch with Keronite's technical team.

PEO Data Sheet  Performance of PEO Coatings on Aluminium, Titanium and Magnesium Alloys Download