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Some industries use metal components that experience a buildup iron which contaminates the equipment or the process. This typically occurs when stainless steel parts move against each other causing friction. It can occur during storage, transportation or use. Passivating is an inexpensive process which removes the iron build up and then coats the underlying metal to prevent it from future iron deposits.
This can happen in any industry where metal components are used. Some industries have specific standards as to how passivating can be done including whether nitric or citric acid is acceptable or only citric acid. Make sure you know whether or not you are required to meet certain specifications in your industry before having your parts and equipment treated.
Some components can be sent out to be treated. The parts needing treatment are packaged, shipped and then treated and returned. In some cases, however, equipment is not easily dismantled and shipped. In those cases, some companies will bring in a service that is capable of performing the treatment on site. While this might be more costly, it is a great advantage over having to replace the equipment or components if they are left untreated and severely damaged.Patent And Intellectual Property464AC4E5-4D1E-40E3-8EC0-A967DEB020F9
Intellectual property is a conceptual term used to describe the rights attached to creations of the mind. Legally, under the laws governing intellectual property, individuals have exclusive rights to their creations. Most often these creations are in the fields of music, literature, inventions, art and the creations of words, symbols and logos that come to have significance. Trademarks, copyrights and patents are just some of the types of intellectual property.
Protecting patent and intellectual property often falls to a lawyer. He prepares the necessary paperwork and makes the appropriate submittals to have patents issued. Lay persons can also apply for this protection if they file the proper paperwork. Some may find it too challenging and can always call on an attorney for assistance.
Business.com can help you with resources if you are developing patent and intellectual property. Helpful articles, guides, consultants and attorneys who specialize in this field of law can all be found there. Scroll through the extensive listings shown on the left side of the screen. Follow the clickable links to research how to apply for your own patent or to hire someone to do it for you. Protecting your rights to your creations is important and should not be taken lightly.