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Our goal at Steel Shield Technology is to manufacture premier quality metal treatment products. We do this by implementing Advanced Boundry Film Technology (ABF) on metal surfaces to reduce friction, heat and wear, which provides the ultimate protection against abrasive metal-to-metal wear in extreme conditions. We are able to do this with additives and greases that have been tested to ensure they exceed the extreme pressure and anti-wear oils and lubricants. This allows full protection as well as saving you money in maintenance costs, fuel, and more.
With the use of ABF, we have achieved global success in airlines, rail, mining, farming, marine, heavy equipment industries, and even military and law enforcement. Our global achievements have been because of our high-quality products and sustaining our company's customer satisfaction goal. Steel Shield Technology provides our customers with the highest return on investment by manufacturing products to the exact specifications and standards.
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Steel Shield Technology offers a variety of products that will allow your machinery to last longer. Our mechanism of operation is based upon Tribology methods that improve lubricity and load carrying capacity by improving surface characteristics and creating a stable chemical, corrosion controlled halide-based boundary film. The process of advanced boundary film formation is accomplished with an advanced combination of halogens that are controlled and rendered non-corrosive to the base metals of the system and pose no threat to the ozone layer or waste oil recovery systems due to their origins and molecular lengths. Steel Shield’s active components react with each other and the contacting asperities of the metallic surfaces to provide five mechanisms of improvement.
These 5 are:
The halogens we use initially react under thermal conditions with the organo-metallic reagents to form the base metals themselves. They then seek out and affix themselves to the lower surface areas referred to as micro-pores and fissures, as all metals are crystalline in structure and exhibit a lattice type matrix. During this process, surface lapping and asperity rolling out or flattening of metal asperities rather than breaking off or chip away process, which would create metallic debris in the lubricant leading to abrasive wear from wear metal particles. The resulting improvement in the opposing metal surfaces further increases the fluid film strength.
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