AMS 2700 Passivation Standard
As a global organization of engineers and other technical experts, SAE International provides consensus-formed standards that help define the best practices for processing aerospace, automotive and commercial vehicle components—including metal passivation services. The AMS 2700 passivation specification addresses industry standards for treating certain types of stainless steel parts, and it’s a standard the Able Electropolishing meets.
What is AMS 2700 Passivation?
The AMS 2700 passivation specification pertains to metal passivation services like those performed at Able Electropolishing. Specifically, this standard refers to the requirements for removing surface contaminants like free iron from the surface of corrosion-resistant steel parts. Removing these contaminants improves corrosion resistance and the overall longevity of the part.
Able’s Metal Passivation Services
At Able Electropolishing, we meet the AMS 2700 passivation standard with our metal passivation services. Our services remove free iron and other contaminants on the surface of stainless steel parts, creating a passive surface with increased corrosion resistance. Experts affiliated with SAE International include those in industries like commercial vehicles, automotive and aerospace—all industries for which Able Electropolishing provides stainless steel passivation. With a 24-hour facility and the capacity to passivate parts both large and small, Able’s services meet or exceed the industry standards for best practices.