The surface of stainless steel is of great importance as regards appearance and easiness to clean. The surface is also very significant as regards the corrosion properties of the steel.

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Thus surface treatments are important when it comes to providing stainless steel components with optimal operating properties.

Stainless steel surfaces in pharma and biotech

Background
A stainless steel surface plays a role as regards cleaning friendliness and appearance and is also significant when it comes to the corrosion properties of the steel. Thus surface treatment is important, when it comes to providing stainless steel components with optimum operating properties.

Participants
Technicians, foremen and other supervisors
Skilled personnel with the need for up-dating and re-training
Engineers.

The course is aimed at both construction and projecting personnel as well as users of technical components and plants, including laboratory personnel and personnel working with quality control.

Target
The participants will gain knowledge about surface treatments and their impact on surface properties and corrosion resistance.

Content

  • Why surface treatment?
  • Measuring of surface properties, standardisation
  • Surface and corrosion resistance
  • Mechanical surface treatment: Brushing, grinding, polishing, blasting and shot peening
  • Chemical and electrochemical surface treatment: Decontamination, passivation, pickling and electro polishing
  • Wear protective coatings, ion implanation, salt bath nitrocarburizing and nitriding
  • Contamination risks: Rouging, metal release, particles and foreign elements
  • Cases: Specification, manufacturing and control of processing equipment.

Registration deadline
No later than three weeks prior to course commencement.

Cancellation deadline
Should you be prevented from participating in the course, you are welcome to hand over your ticket to a colleague.

You are free to cancel or move your course participation until 6 working days prior to course commencement. If you cancel later than 6 days prior to course commencement total pay for your course shall be charged.

Period
2 days

Course Language
The course is held in the following languages:

Danish

Thus surface treatments are important when it comes to providing stainless steel components with optimal operating properties.