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Frequently Asked Questions about Chemically Engineered Surfaces

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bulletIs this a new way of coating a surface?
bulletHow long does the conditioning last?
bulletIs this a potential method of dry Lubrication?
bulletDoes the surface conditioning influence corrosion?
bulletHow long do the Trib-Tools and Dry-Prime Tools last?
bulletCan a wire brush or wire wool be used as the excoriation tool?
bulletCan the process be scaled up to condition rolls of Mill Steel?
bulletCan the process be automated by the continuous feed of conditioning chemicals through a tool?
bulletCan the friction enhancing Trib-Grip be used to make Trib-joins?
bullet Does the adhesion enhancement work for all types of adhesive?
bullet Does the Dry Prime idea work for Paint?

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The TribTech name derives from  "tribos" - Greek for 'rubbing'. 'TribTech' is a trade name used by Ball Burnishing Machine Tools Ltd. Registered Office 12 Brookmans Av. Hatfield, Herts. AL9 7QJ. United Kingdom;  Company Reg. No. 1408807, VAT Reg. No. 421 6210 04; a knowledge based company that develops, patents and licenses technology based on aspects of  tribology, the science of surfaces. All rights reserved by Ball Burnishing Machine Tools Ltd. Last modified: 29th Sept 2016 copyright 1999/2016. The information and data provided herein should be considered generally representative for the tools and technologies described. In all cases users should carefully evaluate the tools and technologies to determine their suitability for a particular purpose. Be aware this site uses cookies, your continued use implies you accept these.