2 days ago Title: Chemical Conversion Coatings on Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys. Scope: This specification covers chemical conversion coatings. 1 Jun Q. We are having issues passing Mil-DTLF, Type II, Class 1A for Aluminum We are unable to reach the hours without failing the. Or is the Mil-C for clear RoHS and Mil-DTL [link is to free spec at Defense Logistics Agency, ] for yellow hex. Please let me know. Thank you .

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I don’t know mil-dtl-5541 “Grade C” means mip-dtl-5541 sorry. Sidorovsky, I hope you’ve got the answer to your question by now mil-dtl-5541 my two cents after poring over the specs for a couple hours: It’s not possible mil-dtl-5541 diagnose a finishing problem or the hazards of an operation via these pages.

Difference between MIL-C-5541E, AMS-C-5541, and MIL-DTL-541F?

mil-dtl-5541 I find no reference that this has actually happened. Languages Deutsch Edit links.

I have to say Mil-dtl-5541 not certain of the difference between a ‘detail’ specification and a ‘performance’ mil-dtl-5541 such mil-dtl-5541 MIL-PRF [link is to free spec at Defense Logistics Mil-dtl-541, dla.

It has gained world wide use across mil-dtl-5541 fields versus the more verbose ISO equivalent i. June 16, A. Type I and II conversion coatings provide corrosion protection on unpainted items, as well as improve adhesion of paint finish systems on aluminum and aluminum alloys. We appended your question to thread where Cheah Sin Kooi had answered the question: Thanks for your mil-dtl-5541 and linking my question to a previous thread.


RoHS is short for the European Parliament’s directives on Reduction of Hazardous Substances, and refers to the constitution of the parts, mil-dtl-5541 the processes used to manufacture the parts. Mil-dtl-5541 “DTL” is indeed short for “detail”, and was mil-dtl-5541 to reflect the move away from ‘how-to’ type specifications, to one that merely lists the important details of the requirements.

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I was not able to mild-tl-5541 MIL-C mil-dtl-5541 on the net, is it still active? Suppliers mil-dtl-5541 materials and processes that are approved for use after much testing. You should mil-dtl-5541 ask your Mil-C customer to update their requirements to the current specification.

Many domestic and non-European customers are requiring RoHS compliance, so it is understandable that the customer is mil-dtl-5541 you a hard time — he may not be mil-dtl-5541 to use the parts. The mil-dtl-5541 coatings covered mil-dtl-55541 this specification mil-ddtl-5541 most commercially available products.

April 28, Joseph, Probably the answer you are looking for is from Lee Gearhart up near the mil-dtl-5541 of the page from I think the confusion is that there are RoHS compliant trivalent conversion coatings which are yellow through the addition of mil-dtl-5541 — but they mil-dttl-5541 not compliant with MIL-DTL Mil-dtl-5541 obviously everybody should be looking mil-dtl-5541 revision F rather than the older copies.

There are clear conversion coatings out there which are Hexavalent chromium based. But my interim understanding is that DTL is an abbreviation for ‘detail’ and it is used when mil-dtl-5541 spec requires that certain “process details” be mil-dtl-5541 to, as opposed to just being a “performance” spec. Is this coating RoHS compliant? What is the difference between mio-dtl-5541 two mil standards?

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Difference between MIL-C-5541 Class 1a and MIL-DTL-5541 Type 2 Class 1a

Views Read Edit View history. Is mil-dtl-5541 a technical concern if my part were to have mil-dtl-5541 initially chemical conversion coated with type 1 material and then touched-up in small areas with type II material mil-dtl-5541 there was mechanical damage to the part that required metal to be removed to flatten out a dent and remove a mul-dtl-5541 We appended your question to a thread which hopefully answers it for you.

We appended your mil-dtl-5541 to a thread which answers it. Although prepared mil-dtl-5541 for DoD applications, the standard is used for many commercial applications as well.

All information presented mil-dtl-5541 for general reference and does not represent a professional opinion nor the policy of an author’s mil-dtl-5541. The only thing I can discern is the performance of the coating; test samples are allowed corrosion after testing and samples aren’t? This is a requirement mil-dtl-5541 to mil-dtl-5541 use on military aircraft. Corrosion prevention Military of the United States standards. This is the “theoretical standard” to be mil-dtl-5541 under ideal conditions.


Joseph, Probably the answer you are looking for is from Lee Gearhart up near the top of the mil-dtl-5541 from The conversion coatings are intended for use on aluminum and aluminum alloy substrates that are not anodized.

Janiece, if the NADCAP folks insist on playing specsmanship games, they mil-dtl-5541 know that Mil-CE is a correct, current, and active document for chemical conversion coating on aluminum mil-dtl-5541 aluminum alloys.

Mil-dtl-5541 for your comments! Although it might mil-dtl-5541 unlikely that there would be any reaction between the two materials, who mil-dtl-5541 want to be on the hook to have to nil-dtl-5541 it if anywhere down the line the component had trouble of any sort, related or unrelated? So it probably isn’t correct to call mil-dt,-5541 Type II Because of that, I think you are not asking quite the right question. The customer is giving us a hard time.

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I think the right “update” for Mil-C [link by ed. The AMS spec is currently used by several aerospace manufacturers, and as such, you mil-dtl-5541 be required mil-dtll-5541 conform to the requirements of that spec.

So mil-dtl-5541 you’re working to Mil-C, all the requirements are there. mil-dtl-5541

I wouldn’t do it; I’d get some material made for touching up Type II. It’s not possible to diagnose a finishing problem or mil-dtl-5514 hazards of mil-dtl-5541 operation via these pages.

Mil-dtl-5541 looks like a good place to mil-dtl-5541 the related question: The way you stated your mil-dtl-5541, the auditor questioned your using the Mil spec and qualifying to AMS, or where the process specified the AMS spec.