SPOTLIGHT – Electrical Components and Corrosion Protection: Some of the first areas of a jet ski to exhibit the corrosiveness of salt water are the electrical components such as the starter solenoid relays. To provide a simple test to show how a stock (after-market) starter with zinc-plating would compare to a SLICKSHIELD™ coated version of [...]
Test Dust clogs Industrial Filter Test Rig resulting in 3 hours per day of maintenance. ECS recommended Dyna-Tek’s SLICKSHIELD™ coating.
Safety is a key concern for any company, and certainly also here at Dyna-Tek. We're adding more technical and safety documents online.
Dyna-Tek is pleased to announce that we have been awarded our 6th U.S. patent; No. 10,647,885 for our DT-500 Series of clear coatings.
By the end of March, our new argon-blanketed dispensing tanks will be added to our production facility. These 130 gallon tanks will store some of Dyna-Tek’s finished coating products in an argon gas pressurized and blanketed environment prior to dispensing. Why Argon? The food industry generally uses Nitrogen gas when packaging food such as potato [...]
We have taken a broad range of steps to ensure that the Coronavirus doesn’t impact our abilities to answer the needs of our clients.
Dyna-Tek is pleased to announce its new strategic sales partnership agreement with NTK International, that will initially focus on supporting Dyna-Tek’s aerospace mold sealer and release coatings in Japan, but later expand into other markets. NTK International was founded in 1973 to serve as strategic supplier of aerospace and defense products to the Japanese market; [...]
As part of our preparations for our 2020 launch of two new coating products for use in the additive manufacturing (AI) market, we attended the Additive Manufacturing Conference in Austin, TX earlier this year.
Dyna-Tek is pleased to announce its qualifications to the Boeing Company’s BAC 5578 Process Specification. With this approval, Dyna-Tek is authorized by Boeing to supply our mold sealer and mold release semi-permanent coatings to other approved processors on Boeing’s D1-4426 document who manufacture advanced composite primary structures for Boeing.
Although we have always minimized the introduction of air in our manufacturing process, it has been our expectation to eliminate this variable. As a result, we have been re-engineering our production processes to live in an atmosphere with no oxygen (or moisture) present.