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We have been coating grain rollers with Armoloy TDC. Makes clean up a snap (compressed air only). Haven't had to make adjustments on rollers. Been on this set for one year. Game changer. Let me know if you're interested. 806-252-2217
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Thank you for the reply. The cost is $30/roller + shipping. The time saved in clean-up is well worth the cost. Have a good one.
 
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Do to the short processing time in the tank, Armoloy TDC does not experience hydrogen embrittlement. That is a great question and one that is asked often. On hard chrome applications, embrittlement can be an issue because of long run/processing times.
 
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Due.....I promise I can spell. Armoloy TDC has never required any kind of post bake for our application.
 
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