Delta Specialty Coatings

     A Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Plating Shop


  1. Plating on Plastics

    1. Advantages
      1. Plating on plastics allows an almost infinite set of options using multiple metals plated on a vast array of plastics.
      2. The Designer can choose whatever new properties he wants in a material. Examples include wear-resistant surfaces, heat resistance, thermal barriers, electromagnetic properties, electrical conductivity, or protection against chemicals and vapors.
      3. Electroless plating is possible on all surfaces. We can plate using electroless processes on all surfaces or selected surfaces using metals such as Copper, Nickel, Tin, and Gold.
      4. Using masking, you can selectively plate onto non-conductive surfaces a la stereolithography
      5. There is a plastic available to withstand almost any environment regardless of how corrosive it may be
      6. Common uses are EMI and RFI shielding, ESD prevention, plastic antennas, waveguides, and RF filters.
      7. Many of the metals we plate have desirable electrical properties when plated over plastic including Gold, Silver, Platinum, Cadmium, Copper, Tin, and Rhodium.
      8. Plating can be thin, e.g., Gold, or very thick up to .004” (100 microns).
      9. Note that Copper, Nickel, or Palladium are often plated on first to provide a conductive surface.
      10. Plastics we can plate on: JUST ABOUT ALL OF THEM!

    2. Disadvantages
      1. I’m having trouble seeing any downside here.
      2. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: PVC, Polypropylene, ABS, Polycarbonate (PC), PC/ABS, Valox (PBT), Polyethylene, Nylon, Noryl, Polystyrene, Liquid Crystal Polymer, PEI/Ultem, PPA, Fiberglass, PEEK, PPS, Urethane, Xenoy, Xylex, Polyester and many others. The list seems to be endless.

  2. Cadmium Plating

    1. Advantages
      1. Corrosion protection; sacrificial coating corrodes before underlying metal substrate
      2. Especially protective in a marine (salt water) environment
      3. Natural lubricity. In fact, the corrosion product, cadmium oxide, is an excellent lubricant! Corrosion products are not voluminous which means that the corrosion products will not jam the fastener and freeze it as you try to remove it. Therefore, cadmium is an excellent choice for threaded assemblies especially if disassembly is contemplated such as during overhaul and repair. Cadmium surfaces do not gall like stainless steel or aluminum surfaces.
      4. Excellent choice for plating fasteners or moving parts
      5. Excellent electrical conductivity and low contact resistance. Noncorrosive fluxes produce top quality soldered joints and connections.
      6. Prevents electro-galvanic corrosion. When you insert a steel fastener into an aluminum body, e.g., an aircraft fuselage, you just created a battery! Dissimilar metals in the presence of a conductor (water condensation) and a bit of salt creates electrical current! Cadmium prevents corrosion in such important applications
      7. Highly ductile; steel coated with cadmium can be formed and shaped
      8. Can be electroplated on malleable iron, cast iron, powdered metals, and other difficult surfaces
      9. Can be joined to other surfaces with adhesives.
      10. Powerful biocide action prevents contamination by barnacles, etc.

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Toxic! However, if you wish to keep marine organisms from growing on your part or fastener, this is an advantage. Do NOT use it where the coating can contact food for humans or livestock. Care must be taken to keep cadmium out of the environment. Do not breathe the dust from grinding or welding fumes. Special precautions must be taken with employee safety when plating, and rinse water must be evaporated safely.
      2. Outgases and sublimes (becomes a gas) at 650F.
      3. Not resistant to many acids and alkalis. Easy to strip!
      4. Inefficient plating process leads to hydrogen embrittlement. Baking before and after plating recommended if part is RC32 or above in hardness (145KSI or above tensile). Cannot be used if the parts are RC54 or above because the steel will be brittle before you can even complete the plating process! Above 240KSI, you need Cadmium Fluoborate plating which we also perform.
      5. Cannot be used in a vacuum, i.e.,on spacecraft. It will sublimate and coat surfaces such as electronics.

    3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Cad, Cad and clear, cad and yellow, cad dichromate, cadmium bichromate (European term), Cd-Cr


    4. Cadmium plated seal rings


      Cadmium plated bolts

  3. Cadmium Fluoborate

    1. Advantages
      1. Fast and efficient
      2. Produces very little hydrogen; therefore, can be used to plate parts up to 300 KSI without hydrogen embrittlement
      3. Baking cycles the same as Cadmium Cyanide
      4. Otherwise, refer to Cadmium Plating above to see other advantages

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Expensive chemicals and special anodes required
      2. Extra care required to prevent over-plating because it plates so fast
      3. Same disadvantages as regular cadmium plating

    3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Cd Fluoborate, Cad-F, Cad/Fluoborate

  4. Diffused Nickel-Cadmium

    1. Advantages
      1. Prevents corrosion
      2. High temp lubricity
      3. Service up to 900F
      4. Provides advantages of both metals

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Relatively thin per most specifications
      2. High temp baking at 630F to diffuse the nickel and cadmium into each other may affect the heat treat characteristics of the substrate
      3. Cadmium will sublime at 650F, i.e., it can turn into a gas and re-deposit on other surfaces
      4. Can cause hydrogen embrittlement like most types of plating

    3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Ni-Cd, Nickel-Cad, Diff Ni-Cad

  5. Zinc Plating

    1. Advantages
      1. Provides better corrosion resistance than similar thickness of nickel. Excellent sacrificial coating which will protect even if scratched.
      2. Cheapest electroplated coating
      3. Great for protection against atmospheric or indoor corrosion
      4. With chromate conversion coating and lacquer topcoat provides very attractive, decorative finish

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Will show rust after only about 100 hours of salt spray testing
      2. Voluminous corrosion products can lock or wedge a corroded fastener into place making it very hard to remove.

    3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Zn-Cr, Zinc-Cr, Zn/Cr, Zinc dichromate, Zinc bichromate (European term)


  6. Zinc plated parts with various color chromates

  7. Zinc-Nickel Alloy Plating

    1. Advantages
      1. Excellent corrosion resistance; can provide over 1000 hours of salt spray test before rust appears.
      2. Retains most corrosion resistance after forming operations and heat treatment
      3. This is one of the best non-toxic alternatives to cadmium plating!

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Costs more than most other electroplated coatings
      2. Plates very slowly compared to zinc or cadmium
      3. Difficult to control solution. Requires use of X-Ray Fluorescence instrument and frequent lab testing of the plating solution.

    3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Zn-Ni, Zinc/Nickel, Zn/Ni, ZnNi with clear, yellow, or other color chromate, chromium


  8. Zinc-Nickel Alloy plated fasteners

  9. Bright Nickel Plating/Sulfamate Nickel Plating

    1. Advantages
      1. Nickel provides a transition layer for difficult-to-plate metals. After nickel, almost any metal can be electroplated as a topcoat.
      2. Nickel prevents diffusion, e.g., between copper and gold plating to prevent the copper from diffusing into the gold.
      3. Can be used a bright, decorative coating
      4. Provides corrosion protection. Thicker coatings using both semi-bright and bright nickel plating layers provide many years of protection.
      5. Hard metal resists abrasion
      6. Can be plated much thicker than Zinc or Cadmium
      7. Low deposit stress provides great ductility

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Limited corrosion protection
      2. Can create hydrogen embrittlement

    3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Ni (SO3:NH2, Ni Sulfamate

  10. Electroless Nickel

    1. Advantages
      1. Does not require current, i.e., no rectifier required to provide DC power. E-Nickel is an autocatalytic process.
      2. Provides complete, uniform coverage on all surfaces including threaded holes, deep recesses, and interior of complex shapes, e.g., valves
      3. Solderability and brazeability.
      4. Comes in low, medium, and high phosphorus formulas. Hi Phos E-Nickel provides excellent corrosion resistance
      5. E-Nickel deposits can be baked afterwards to provide excellent lubricity (five times better than bare steel) and high hardness (RC70). Excellent wear resistance close to hard chrome.

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Relatively expensive for the corrosion protection provided
      2. Does not weld well
      3. Solution must be heated using Teflon coated heaters or plastic heat exchanger coils or the nickel will plate the heater.
      4. Requires copper strike first to cover alloys with lead, tin, cadmium, or zinc
      5. Plates slowly

    3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: E-Nickel, E-Ni, E/Ni-P

  11. Woods Nickel Strike

    1. Advantages
      1. Provides very thin, extremely adherent first layer of metal that is compatible with many topcoats
      2. Can be used over stainless steel substrates
      3. Provides barrier to diffusion of other metals
      4. Very simple, almost foolproof solution that is easy to maintain

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Too thin to provide much corrosion protection

    3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Ni Strike, Nickel Strike

  12. Nickel-Cobalt Alloy Plating

    1. Advantages
      1. Harder and stronger than pure nickel plating
      2. Often used for electroforming of molds and dies
      3. Can be heated to high temp without embrittlement by sulfur
      4. Unique magnetic properties
      5. Resistant to corrosion. Some companies claim 10,000 hours of salt spray which is phenomenal! We are running salt spray tests to confirm this claim.
      6. Resistant to “sour gas” environments which would be very significant for the oil industry. Once again, we are testing to confirm this claim.

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Difficult to maintain the plating solution
      2. Subject to tensile stress which limits the practical thickness of the deposit
      3. Cobalt is toxic. Therefore, engineering controls are required to protect workers and the public.

    3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Ni-Co, Nickel-Cobalt, Nickel/Cobalt

  13. Copper Plating

    1. Advantages
      1. Applying a Copper Strike using cyanide copper is an excellent way to obtain a thin, highly adherent base coating on many difficult metal surfaces
      2. Used as a thermal expansion barrier in multiple metal layered plating
      3. Can be stained or aged to produce attractive surfaces
      4. Can be used to apply Black Oxide over stainless including Inconel
      5. Often used as a barrier coating or as a stopoff for heat treatment
      6. Conducts heat and electricity well

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Corrodes or tarnishes readily

    3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Cu, Cu-CN, Acid Copper, Cyanide copper


  14. Silver plating

    1. Advantages
      1. Excellent high temp lubricity up to 1600F
      2. Excellent corrosion protection
      3. Highly malleable, high pressure sealing characteristics, e.g., pipelines.
      4. Highest electrical and thermal conductivity of any metal
      5. Used extensively in electronics for the above reason

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Expensive
      2. Many specs require a high temp post bake to insure better adhesion
      3. Tends to form oxides and sulfides on surface that degrades properties, e.g., increases electrical resistance

    3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Ag, KAgCN (Potassium Silver Cyanide)

      Silver plated seal rings

  15. Gold plating

    1. Advantages
      1. Resists corrosion in almost all environments, e.g, resists pure hydrochloric acid better than any other coating
      2. Excellent conductivity; used extensively in electronics

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Obviously, very expensive
      2. Soft, although there are additives such as cobalt that increase hardness

    3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Au, hard gold, alloy gold

  16. Rhodium plating

    1. Advantages
      1. Extremely hard, abrasion resistant coating
      2. Decorative. Resembles sterling silver, but will never tarnish.
      3. Excellent conductor of electricity
      4. Resistant to almost all corrosives including acids and alkalis

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Expensive
      2. Prone to cracking, stress in the deposit, and flaking off. However, Delta Specialty Coatings has a proprietary additive that eliminates these problems! Our Rhodium plating is the best available for industrial/electronic applications.

    3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Rh

  17. Platinum

    1. Advantages
      1. Decorative uses
      2. Extreme corrosion resistance in acid solutions; used for anodes in some types of plating

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Very expensive which limits engineering use
      2. Cannot produce ductile, non-porous coatings above a few microns in thickness; most coatings are around 1 micron
      3. Impurities make the deposit brittle

    3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Pt

  18. Tin Plating

    1. Advantages
      1. Coatings are either lustrous bright or chalk white matte. Base materials that tin can be applied to are steel, stainless steel, copper and its alloys, zinc die cast and aluminum.
      2. Excellent solderability.
      3. Highly ductile.
      4. Attractive finish available in matte and bright.
      5. Prevents galling and seizing.
      6. Reduces formation of case during nitriding.
      7. Inexpensive.

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Less corrosion resistance than zinc or cadmium.
      2. Soft, may scratch easily.
      3. Slightly more expensive than zinc and cadmium coatings.

    3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Zn-Cr, Zinc-Cr, Zn/Cr, Zinc dichromate, Zinc bichromate (European term)

  19. Tin-Cadmium

    1. Advantages
      1. We may be the only job shop in America that applies this coating!
      2. Used like Diffused Nickel-Cadmium.
      3. Advantages of both metals; corrosion resistance better than either metal
      4. Will pass 1000 hours of salt spray testing without significant corrosion
      5. Resists galling
      6. Can withstand environments that are deleterious for Nickel-Cadmium
      7. Extreme corrosion resistance in salt water and cheaper than using pure stainless

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Toxic. All precautions relating to Cadmium above apply.
      2. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Sn-Cd, Cd-Sn, Tin-Cadmium, Tin/Cadmium

  20. Hard chrome plating

    1. Advantages
      1. Extremely hard (up to 1100 HV); increases service life over almost any other coating
      2. High lubricity reduces friction and heating
      3. High corrosion resistance for use with corrosive materials such as lining dies for casting corrosive vinyl parts
      4. Wear resistant; Excellent for moving parts such as bearings, pistons, shafts, etc. Resists galling and seizing.
      5. Can be plated very thick to build up worn or undersized parts
      6. Can be plated directly on substrates such as steel without intermediate coatings such as copper or nickel

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Expensive
      2. Plates unevenly, i.e., “dog bone effect” on ends or protruberances.
      3. Requires grinding and polishing after plating to create smooth surface and to meet final dimensions
      4. Can be attacked by chlorides or fluorides

    3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Engineering chrome, Hard Cr, Cr, Chromium

  21. Plating on titanium, monel, and other exotic metals

    1. Because we have extensive organization knowledge plus a first rate Library, we can prepare almost any surface for plating.

  22. Zinc-Aluminum Coating

    1. Advantages
      1. Fabulous corrosion resistance; comparable to hot dipped galvanize. Exceeds 1000 hours of salt spray protection.
      2. Contains no lead, cadmium, or chromium, thus, non-toxic
      3. Excellent base coat for Zinc Flake topcoat

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Expensive material
      2. Not highly abrasion resistant

    3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Zn-Al, Zinc/Aluminum

  23. Zinc Flake Coating

    1. Advantages
      1. Even more fabulous corrosion protection when used with Zinc-Aluminum base coat. 5000 hours of salt spray resistance is achievable.
      2. Non-toxic components
      3. Comes in various colors and can contain lubricant
      4. Chemical resistant

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Expensive
      2. Not highly abrasion resistant

    3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Zn Flake, Zn-Al + Zinc Flake

      Zinc Flake topcoat on parts

  24. Many types and colors of Xylan + Xylar I and Xylar II Ceramic-Metallic Primer

    1. Advantages
      1. There is a Xylan product for almost every environment and set of requirements
      2. Note that Xylan is a PTFE product. Although it is often generically referred to as Teflon, Teflon is a proprietary brand name of a similar line of products
      3. We stock and apply/cure:
        Brand Type Color Number Color
        Xylan 1424 524 Blue
        Xylan P-501 Primer Silver
        Xylan 1427 514 Blue
        Xylan 1010 870 Black
        Xylan 4090/P92 Primer/Sealer  
        Xylan 1070 446 Green
        Xylan 1052 471 Green
        Xylan 1070 524 Medium Dark Blue
        Xylan 1514 LC/D4222 Blue
        Xylan 1070 514 Light Blue
        Xylan 1514 347 Bright Yellow
        Xylan 1014 260 Pumpkin Orange
        Xylan 1014 439 Green
        Xylan 1052 595 Blue
        Xylan 1424 540 Dark Blue
        Xylan 1424 D6593 White
        Xylar I   Ceramic-Metallic Primer  
        Xylar II   Ceramic-Metallic Primer  
      4. iv. We will purchase other types and colors as required by our customers. Don't be shy; ask!
      5. Link to Whitford, the formulator/manufacturer of Xylan products: http://whitfordww.com/download-literature.html
      6. Whitford has the information you need to specify which type and color of Xylan works best for your application.
      7. Whiford's Tech Support is SUPERB! They can answer any question you may have about the products.

        Xylan coated part

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Not very abrasion resistant
      2. Xylar I and II not recommended for use on fasteners
    3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: See descriptions in table above

  25. Painting including epoxies, urethanes, etc.

    1. Advantages
      1. Multi-layer paint systems using zinc primers, epoxy intermediate coats, and various topcoat provide incredible corrosion resistance
      2. Can be UV resistant or chemical resistant depending on topcoat
      3. Can be used for very large parts as cure is room temp

    2. Weakness or drawbacks
      1. Not as abrasion resistant as plated metal coatings

  26. Chem Film on Aluminum (also commonly known by the brand name Alodine)

    1. We offer both clear and gold

    2. Advantages
      1. Easily applied on aluminum substrates
      2. Greatly increases corrosion resistance and hardness
      3. Electrically conductive as opposed to the insulator, aluminum oxide, that appears on all aluminum surfaces from atmospheric corrosion
      4. Decorative uses

    3. Weakness or drawbacks
      1. Hexavalent chromium is banned by RoHS and other regulations, but trivalent equivalents are available and we use them.

    4. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Alodine, Cr Film, Conversion Coat on Aluminum

      chem film parts

  27. Passivation of stainless steel

    1. We can passivate ANY stainless including the very difficult duplex stainless grades.
    2. We not only have large tanks available, we can use special techniques and materials to passivate large stainless steel structures up to 13’X40’ outside of a tank
    3. Advantages
      1. Greatly increases surface hardness and corrosion resistance by leaving a very thin, hard, transparent coating of chromium oxide on the surface
      2. Note that passivation removes all iron, nickel, and carbon from the surface. Each of these elements can serve as a site for corrosion to begin.

        passivated stainless steel parts


  28. Zinc and Manganese Phosphate

    1. Advantages
      1. Can serve as a base for paint or oil. Note that most corrosion protection comes from the oil, grease, or wax applied as a barrier coating on the phosphate.
      2. Often used as a “tie coat” on steel or plating before organic topcoats such as Xylan are applied
      3. Aid to cold forming, tube drawing, and wire drawing
      4. Increases wear resistance
      5. Corrosion resistance
      6. Can be used for break-in or to prevent galling

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Limited corrosion protection compared to many other coatings

    3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Zn-P, Mn-P, Zinc Phos, Mn Phos, Mn Phosphate, Nickel Manganese Phosphate

      manganese phosphate part below


  29. Black Oxide on carbon steel, stainless steel, copper, and brass

    1. Advantages
      1. Low cost
      2. Decorative surface
      3. No change in dimensions
      4. Stable at high temp
      5. Does not chip, peel, or flake off
      6. Modest corrosion resistance which can be enhanced greatly with a topcoat of oil, grease, or wax
      7. Does not form white rust which can short out electronics
      8. No risk of hydrogen embrittlement

    2. Disadvantages
      1. Low corrosion resistance without topcoat of oil, grease, or wax



  30. Cleaning for oxygen and chlorine service

    1. Advantages
      1. Any carbonaceous material (oil, grease, etc.) on the surface exposed to a high oxygen or chlorine environment will BURN or EXPLODE! Therefore, cleaning is critical. Note that parts are bagged after cleaning to insure that they stay perfectly clean before installation.

    2. Weakness or drawbacks
      1. Can only be used on certain materials such as stainless steel. Carbon steel will BURN readily in a high oxygen environment.

  31. Dry Film Lube

    1. Advantages
      1. Lubrication…obviously.
      2. Various Dry Film Lube products resist oil, hydraulic fluid, high temp, etc.

    2. Disadvantages
      1. None noted

    3. Link to Everlube, the formulator/manufacturer of many dry film lube products: http://www.everlubeproducts.com/products/1.0.php
    4. Dry Film Lube products we stock, apply, and cure:
      Brand Number Color
      Ever-Slik 1201 Black
      Everlube 296MX  
      Everlube 620C  
      Kal-Gard FA  
      Esnalube 382  

  32. Cetyl alcohol lubrication

    1. Advantages
      1. Non-toxic, non-irritating lubricant eases assembly

    2. Weakness or drawback
      1. Flammable while being applied



  33. Stearic acid lubrication

    1. Advantages
      1. Non-toxic, non-irritating lubricant eases assembly

    2. Weakness or drawback
      1. Flammable while being applied

  34. Coating Removal

    1. By using chemicals, paint removers, solvents, and abrasives, we can remove almost any coating

  35. Sandblasting

    1. Our normal blasting media:
      1. #4 non-silica sand. Non-toxic to workers. Relatively cheap.
      2. Aluminum Oxide. Extremely aggressive to cut hard materials.
      3. Glass beads. For surface peening plus surface layer removal without damaging the stress cycle capability of the base metal.

  36. Testing services

    1. Salt spray chamber
    2. Adhesion
    3. Hardness
    4. Thickness
    5. Alloy composition, e.g., percent nickel in a Zinc-Nickel Alloy coating
    6. Cure of organic coatings such as Xylan
    7. Microscopic cross sectioning
    8. All instruments calibrated to NIST standards

  37. Coming Soon

    1. Rhenium
      1. Advantages
        1. Excellent barrier to corrosion, especially in hydrochloric acid
        2. Extremely hard and wear resistant
        3. Melts at a very high temp 3170C
        4. Plates rapidly
        5. Good throwing power into recesses

      2. Disadvantages
        1. Deposits limited to 10 microns or less because of stress in the deposit
        2. Brittle deposits
        3. Oxidizes unlike other platinum group metals

      3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Re

    2. Ruthenium
      1. Advantages
        1. Used for electrical contacts in sealed atmospheres
        2. Some decorative markets
        3. Hard deposits

      2. Disadvantages
        1. Difficult to plate any but thin layers
        2. Oxidizes readily
        3. High stress in the deposit
        4. Gold flash often required on top of electrical deposit of Ru

      3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Ru

    3. Tungsten-Iron Alloy Plating
      1. Advantages
        1. Tungsten has the highest melting point of any metal
        2. Lowest coefficient of thermal expansion
        3. Highest tensile strength
        4. High thermal conductivity
        5. Density comparable to gold and much higher than lead
        6. Hardness of Tungsten-Iron Alloy is comparable to hard Chrome and can be heat treated to hardness exceeding Cr

      2. Disadvantages
        1. Difficult to plate and control chemistry
        2. Brittle deposit that cracks when heated
        3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: W-Fe, Fe-W (note that W is the chemical symbol for Tungsten)

      3. Descriptions you may see on a drawing: Ru


Contact Us

For all quotes, consulting, questions, etc.
Contact: Mike Reeder
E-mail: michaeldreeder@hotmail.com

Phone: 713-645-6921
Fax: 713-645-3583
Mobile: 832-722-6703

Email Request for Quote or drawings to:
michaeldreeder@hotmail.com
Feel free to call my cell phone after normal business hours. We offer 24X365 service when our customers require it. If you have questions about any coating, CALL. We are the coating experts on your team.

If Mike is not available, other points of contact:
Carlos Palma (VP, Operations)
281.797.5706
mailto:carlos.deltaspecialty@yahoo.com

Lisette Rosas (Office Manager)
713.645.6921
rlisette18@hotmail.com

As a metal finishing engineer, I will consult with you on which coating or specification best meets your requirements. If you do not find what you are looking for on this website, please call me. We are always looking for new challenges and will invest in new capabilities as demanded by the market. If we cannot perform the coating process, I will refer you to one of our esteemed competitors who can help you.

Oh yeah, Se habla Espanol! Everybody speaks Spanish here except the Canadian immigrant (our Senior Coatings Chemist).

Mike Reeder
President

Physical Address:
Delta Specialty Coatings LLC
5738 Heiser Street
Houston, TX 77087

Mailing Address:
PO Box 87460
Houston, TX 77287-7460