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  • Poeton
    Coating Solve Friction and Wear Problems Glossary of Surface Engineering Terms Surface Engineering Review Send us your Application Problem Successes Enquiries Send us your Problem Contact Us News Latest News Poeton Newsletters Premium Content Designer s Guides Tutorials ISIS White Papers Select Your Coating Our Coating Selector is a simple web page based logic sequence indicating the best coatings for specific problems For a more in depth software based approach try our ISIS Expert System Please enter your username and password in the boxes below and press Login Please Login Email Password Password reminder Not a member Register with Poeton Register with Poeton today and get exclusive access to technical documents tutorials designer s guides and more as well as an opportunity to use the unique Poeton ISIS coating selection software on line from your own PC Register APTICOTE Treatment Range APTICOTE 100 Hard Chrome APTICOTE 200 Polymer Composite APTICOTE 300 Hard Anodising APTICOTE 300SU Sulphuric Chromic Acid Anodising APTICOTE 300TSA Tartaric Sulphuric Anodising APTICOTE 350 Hard Anodic Polymer Composite APTICOTE 355 6 Advanced Anodic Composites APTICOTE 400 Electroless Nickel APTICOTE 450 Electroless Nickel PTFE Composite APTICOTE 460 Electroless Nickel Polymer Composite APTICOTE 600 Silver plating APTICOTE 800 Thermal Spray

    Original URL path: http://www.poeton.co.uk/members-login.asp?ref=%2Fw1%2Fselection%2Ehtm%3F (2016-02-12)
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  • Poeton
    Surface Engineering Terms Surface Engineering Review Send us your Application Problem Successes Enquiries Send us your Problem Contact Us News Latest News Poeton Newsletters Premium Content Designer s Guides Tutorials ISIS White Papers Solve Friction and Wear Problems This section will help you to identify the correct coating solution for your problem If you are unsure of the problem that you face you can find useful background information in the Surface Engineering Review or help with specific components or applications in the Coatings Selector Please enter your username and password in the boxes below and press Login Please Login Email Password Password reminder Not a member Register with Poeton Register with Poeton today and get exclusive access to technical documents tutorials designer s guides and more as well as an opportunity to use the unique Poeton ISIS coating selection software on line from your own PC Register APTICOTE Treatment Range APTICOTE 100 Hard Chrome APTICOTE 200 Polymer Composite APTICOTE 300 Hard Anodising APTICOTE 300SU Sulphuric Chromic Acid Anodising APTICOTE 300TSA Tartaric Sulphuric Anodising APTICOTE 350 Hard Anodic Polymer Composite APTICOTE 355 6 Advanced Anodic Composites APTICOTE 400 Electroless Nickel APTICOTE 450 Electroless Nickel PTFE Composite APTICOTE 460 Electroless Nickel Polymer

    Original URL path: http://www.poeton.co.uk/members-login.asp?ref=%2Fw1%2Fp%2Dsolver%2Ehtm%3F (2016-02-12)
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  • Poeton
    Service Select Your Coating Solve Friction and Wear Problems Glossary of Surface Engineering Terms Surface Engineering Review Send us your Application Problem Successes Enquiries Send us your Problem Contact Us News Latest News Poeton Newsletters Premium Content Designer s Guides Tutorials ISIS White Papers The Poeton Guide to Surface Engineering Surface Engineering embraces those processes which modify the surfaces of engineering components to improve their in service performance useful working lifetimes aesthetic appearance or economics of production It means modifying the surface of a material or component to confer surface properties which are different from the bulk properties The purpose may be to minimise corrosion reduce frictional energy losses reduce wear act as a diffusion barrier provide thermal insulation exclude certain wavelengths of radiation promote radiation electronic interactions electrically insulate or simply improve the aesthetic appearance for the surface This guide concentrates on engineering applications where the main concern is with the potential of surface damage i e damage that might occur by corrosion wear or any other aspect of the environment Please enter your username and password in the boxes below and press Login Please Login Email Password Password reminder Not a member Register with Poeton Register with Poeton today and get exclusive access to technical documents tutorials designer s guides and more as well as an opportunity to use the unique Poeton ISIS coating selection software on line from your own PC Register APTICOTE Treatment Range APTICOTE 100 Hard Chrome APTICOTE 200 Polymer Composite APTICOTE 300 Hard Anodising APTICOTE 300SU Sulphuric Chromic Acid Anodising APTICOTE 300TSA Tartaric Sulphuric Anodising APTICOTE 350 Hard Anodic Polymer Composite APTICOTE 355 6 Advanced Anodic Composites APTICOTE 400 Electroless Nickel APTICOTE 450 Electroless Nickel PTFE Composite APTICOTE 460 Electroless Nickel Polymer Composite APTICOTE 600 Silver plating APTICOTE 800 Thermal Spray Coatings APTICOTE 810

    Original URL path: http://www.poeton.co.uk/members-login.asp?ref=%2Fw1%2Fsurface%2Ehtm%3F (2016-02-12)
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  • Poeten and OC Robotics - Coatings for Challenging Functional & Working Environments
    robots In May 2010 OC Robotics and OPG IM CS completed the first deployment of a new snake arm robot designed to conduct inspections within the Upper Feeder Cabinets of CANDU reactors SAFIRE Snake arm The 2 2m long 25mm wide snake arm is mounted on a mobile vehicle which is driven remotely along walkways in the FC The snake arm is stowed coiled for compactness then deployed by unwinding and nose following between the pipes The snake arm can be deployed at any angle to reach below or above the walkway Tool mounted cameras are used for navigation and image capture PTZ cameras on the mobile and base units provide scene views and additional inspection capability Upper Feeder Cabinet UFC The UFC contains primary coolant pipework and is located a few meters above the reactor face During operation pressurised D20 enters the reactor fuel channels at 250 C and exits at 290 C The UFC cools to 40 C during an outage Radiation hazards include hot spots contamination and Tritium hence air suits Dose rates are 100 to 400 mRem hour The UFC is also a confined space with some crawl only access and limited space to turn around Objectives SAFIRE is designed to reduce operator dose and increase the amount and quality of captured data SAFIRE is a table controllable platform from which to acquire video and still images It is designed to reach 100 of the UFC Real time remote control enables feedback thought and learning Sub optimal air suits are replaced with calm control Operation Set up was completed in 70 minutes from first entry into the vault to remote operation Tear down took 30 minutes SAFIRE completed the pre defined inspection scope in one 12 hour shift 24 7 multi day deployments using teams of

    Original URL path: http://www.poeton.co.uk/live/stories/stories14.asp (2016-02-12)
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  • Poeton Nickel / Ceramic Coating Helps Protect the Engines that Power Unmanned Air Vehicles
    There are also no constraints on size or design UAVs are lightweight and can undertake continuous combat operations in some of the worlds harshest environments Besides their military applications UAVs are also being used for civil projects such as agriculture police surveillance border control and traffic and weather monitoring One of the world s leading suppliers of power units for these craft is UAV Engines Limited UEL which manufactures a range of lightweight rotary engines covering 20 to 120 bhp 15 to 90 kW Due to the unique patented air cooled rotor design rotary engines have an exceptionally high power to weight ratio making them more compact helping reduce mechanical friction and lowering fuel consumption Apticote Ceramic 2000 a metal matrix coating system specifically developed for high performance automotive engine applications is used to add high wear resistance and low friction properties to the trochoidal bores of the rotary engine housings A plasma sprayed coating of Apticote 800 is also applied to reduce wear in the engine seal tracks Poeton is also undertaking research and development work on coatings for other engine components Commenting for UEL a spokesman says they actively use Poeton coating expertise to improve engine operating characteristics under extreme climatic conditions adding This work has successfully resulted in the introduction of a number of product enhancements with additional improvements now nearing the end of their development phase On the choice of coating he says its engineers are convinced that Apticote Ceramic 2000 makes a significant contribution to the performance of the engines which have successfully passed a 150 hour severe duty FAR 33 type ground durability test setting new standards for small ultra lightweight unmanned aircraft engines Looking to the future Poeton Sales Manager Trevor Amos says that to keep pace with future development UAV engines guidance

    Original URL path: http://www.poeton.co.uk/live/stories/stories13.asp (2016-02-12)
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  • Pentel’s sticky problem solved – via the internet
    from its headquarters in California USA to try to solve a very sticky problem one that was slowing production of small silicon rubber mouldings that fit into the barrels of a number of its pens As part of the curing process for these tiny components vibration is used to keep them apart and move them up the ramp of a circular feeder bowl However due to friction induced by the bowl s surface the components were binding together and not moving freely With the Internet now providing easy access to seemingly limitless information Pentel s engineers used the world wide web to search for global solutions to their local problem One of the sites they visited was www poeton co uk Poeton s Trevor Amos takes up the story Following the initial enquiry we were supplied with technical information and photographs Because we couldn t replicate the process environment we agreed to send a selection of recommended Apticote coatings on sample plates for Pentel engineers to evaluate using slide tests The results produced a winner Apticote 810 SP SS a recently developed non stick polymer composite coating that is already providing solutions to some very sticky problems in print packaging labelling and tobacco processes Pentel engineers were sufficiently impressed to ship one of the feeder bowls over from California to be coated and when that proved successful in the actual process environment they shipped over another Now before new feeder bowls are fitted to the process they are sent to the UK for coating Problem solved for Pentel And their engineers didn t even have to leave the office 24 April 2010 Back to Success Stories List Aerospace Defence Medical Healthcare Energy Power Generation Automotive Chemical Oil and Gas Food Drink Equipment Electronics Telecoms General Engineering GLOBAL SUPPORT Poeton Apticote

    Original URL path: http://www.poeton.co.uk/live/stories/stories12.asp (2016-02-12)
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  • Fully automated line coats 100,000+ spark plug pins a day
    000 C 30 000 volt currents crushing pressures over 2 000 psi to perform in the combustion chamber a spark plug must be precisely engineered and virtually indestructible The need for absolute reliability and increasing longevity under such hostile conditions is what prompted Federal Mogul to contact Poeton Industries when they needed to apply an electrolytic nickel coating to spark plug centre posts The need was to protect the steel pin from oxidation when it goes through its final assembly operation in an induction furnace at 700 C The application required a coating of extremely consistent quality with a very closely controlled thickness over the whole of the part Also important was an aesthetically pleasing nickel oxide finish on the exposed cap to which the high tension leads are connected To handle the quantities involved 100 000 per day and more Poeton set up a dedicated barrel plating line using barrels designed to process 12 000 pins at a time The line is fully automated and PC driven with carefully controlled chemistry for both the plating bath and the pre treatments SPC was used to monitor the nickel thickness and coverage and to weigh the pins and relate the weight gain to the coating thickness In addition Poeton supported the processing operation with metallographic sections and coating analysis using its own on site laboratory which is based within the company s Gloucester Technology Centre The result The pins were right first time every time essential for the KANBAN operating regime that the customer employed 23 April 2010 Back to Success Stories List Aerospace Defence Medical Healthcare Energy Power Generation Automotive Chemical Oil and Gas Food Drink Equipment Electronics Telecoms General Engineering GLOBAL SUPPORT Poeton Apticote supporting global manufacturing from A to Z Design Support Research Development Test Samples First Articles

    Original URL path: http://www.poeton.co.uk/live/stories/stories11.asp (2016-02-12)
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  • Poeton coating is a 'key' element of the world's first luxury mobile phone
    is available in stainless steel white and yellow gold and platinum Each phone features a scratch resistant sapphire crystal face hard wearing materials such as ceramic and titanium oxide and high performance AKG speakers The internal architecture for each phone is assembled by hand in Vertu s workshops made from more than four hundred mechanical parts Eighteen jewelled bearings are fitted underneath each key to ensure longevity and give the Signature keypad its unique and satisfying click The eighteen key shafts are coated with Poeton s high hardness low friction Apticote 450 to provide a good wear surface The coating protects the stainless steel keys allowing the shaft to move smoothly against the much harder ruby bearing prolonging the lifetime of the keys Poeton was involved in the early stages of Vertu s product development providing R D and around 5000 shafts for the first prototypes Since then the success of the luxury mobile phone concept has seen order quantities rise considerably Trevor Amos of Poeton admits that the project challenged the company s processing expertise We are used to coating high volumes of small components but the key shafts for Signature are so small that they couldn t be processed with conventional handling equipment We developed a special coating technique for Vertu Signature that enabled us to process the components in higher volumes whilst applying the Apticote 450 coating accurately and uniformly Vertu s procurement manager David Floyd says The Vertu Signature brings together the best in craftsmanship precision engineering and tried and tested mobile phone technology We challenged the world s most established manufacturers to craft each component of the phone resulting in the filing of 74 patents he added Poeton s coating helps to provide tactile evidence of the quality and craftsmanship of the Vertu Signature 22

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