SlipNOT Surface Treatment for Metals
SlipNOT® is a surface treatment performed on a variety of metals through a plasma stream depositions. Plasma stream deposition is the application of a molten metal alloy to a metallic surface. The extreme temperature of this method assures maximum adhesion to the base surface. It results in a Martensitic (hard alloy) product. This is not a grit simply rolled or coated onto the base plate!
SlipNOT® Products From Alro
SlipNOT® Grip Plate® Steel on Steel - available in sizes to 6’ by 12’ and thickness of 1/8” and up. Finishes: 1. Shop Coat 2. Acrylic 3. Zinc Rich 4. Mop Coat 5. Hot Dip Zinc Steel on Aluminum: (for hard wear and light weight) can be produced on available sheet or plate to 6’ by 12’ Aluminum on Aluminum: where specified - can be produced on available sheet or plate to 6’ by 12’ Stainless on Stainless: where specified - can be produced on available sheet or plate to 6’ by 12’
SlipNOT® Grip Grate® Steel on Steel - available on all standard and special bar grating in lengths to 12’. Steel on Aluminum: for hard wear and lightweight Aluminum on Aluminum: where specified Stainless on Stainless: where specified
More About SlipNOT®
File Hard - Extreme wear longevity is the product of the Martensitic formation of the super-alloy, allowing a hardness of up to 62 on the Rockwell “C” scale.
Random Hatch Matrix - This stacked hatched surface means the continuous presentation of new sharp faces as the surface slowly wears.
Weldable - In that, the wear surface is uncoated steel integral with the base plate, SlipNOT® can be directly welded to with no surface preparation of any kind.
Bond Strength - The bond strength of SlipNOT® to plate exceeds 4,450 psi. The “coated-on” grit product claims only 710 psi maximum.
Fabrication - Shear, flame cut, drill, and punch right through the face for complete versatility in shop or field.
Maintenance - SlipNOT® can be cleaned by all standard industrial cleaning methods.
Availability - SlipNOT® provides the design flexibility to offer unique combinations of different metals for your unique applications, such as merging the toughness of steel with the lightweight of aluminum.