Diamond Manufacturing Company
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Diamond is your start-to-finish solution.

Finishing

Diamond Manufacturing provides a range of specialized finishing services to meet your specific fabrication and finishing requirements. Our extensive capabilities demonstrate why Diamond is your true single-source provider from raw materials to final finished product and everything in between.

To enhance your product’s appearance and provide the required level of protection, Diamond Manufacturing offers a range of precision finishing services, including:

  • Timesavers®
  • Anodizing
  • Chromate Finishes
  • Electropolishing
  • Powder Coating

To learn more, view the descriptions below or contact your Diamond customer service team to determine the best finishing solutions for your project.

Timesavers®

Often the first step in finishing, Timesavers® metal finishing has become a critical step in preparing parts for other finishing processes. Timesavers® equipment allows Diamond to accurately deburr, round off edges, precision grind and polish.

Anodizing

Anodizing is an especially beneficial finishing process that is most commonly used with aluminum. Titanium and magnesium can also be anodized, but steel and stainless steel-based products cannot be anodized. Anodizing improves durability and overall product reliability by increasing product lifespan, achieving color stability, improving aesthetics making it easy to clean and maintain the product.

Chromate Finishing

Chromate finishing is the most common type of conversion coating which is used to protect many metals, especially aluminum, from corrosion. It also protects aluminum, zinc, copper and magnesium. Carbon steel cannot be chromated directly. Chromate conversion coatings can also be used as a decorative finish, pre-paint primer or to retain electrical conductivity.

Electropolishing

Electropolishing is an electrochemical and reverse plating process that removes the outermost layer on a metal component to smooth its surface and alleviate any microscopic imperfections from the original finish. Electropolishing is a highly efficient process that improves surface finish, increases corrosion resistance, and achieves passivation (removal of free iron from the surface of a part). During the process, metal parts are placed in a tank filled with phosphoric and sulfuric acid. Cathodes on the bottom of the tank are activated with a positive electric current. The result is a consistent, high-gloss, chrome-like appearance.

Powder Coating

Available in practically any color and extremely effective at protecting metal from fingerprints, scratches, and rust, powder coating is commonly used to coat metal. Powder coating is applied electrostatically and cured with heat or UV light. This achieves a harder finish than conventional paint.

If the color you want is not shown, provide us with a Pantone® number or federal standard color number, and we will check with the manufacturer as to its availability. To ensure proper durability, provide information about your application or specify epoxy for indoor use or polyester for outdoor use.

Custom colors including Pantone® colors are available for special orders.

WHITE
30-1007

ALMOND
10-1008

BEIGE
31-8069

TAN
31-8070

YELLOW
40-2016

PUMPKIN
20-3025HY

ORANGE
20-3043

CRIMSON RED
20-4016

BLOOD RED
20-4064

RED
30-4021

GREEN
30-6142

DARK GREEN
31-6005

AZURE BLUE
20-5014

COBALT BLUE
10-5017

BLUE
40-5031

DARK BLUE
30-5033

BRONZE
33-9012

BROWN
12-8005

BLACK
33-7008

Colors shown are representational only.

Diamond Manufacturing Company

Diamond Manufacturing is a wholly owned subsidiary of Reliance Steel & Aluminum Co.

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