Stainless Steel Passivation

ASTM 967, AMS 2700

Stainless steel is corrosion resistant by nature, which might lead you to believe it doesn’t need any extra treatments, but the iron in stainless steel actually can corrode in the form of rust. Chlorine or other contaminants can cause the iron to oxidize, showing small spots of rust over time. Stainless steel passivation removes free iron from the surface of stainless steel parts, leaving chromium to oxidize. This makes the surface passive (meaning it doesn’t react with the air) as well as more corrosion resistant.

We use a Citric Acid based passivation bath to be more environmentally friendly and to give parts the perfect treatment.

Benefits of Passivation:

  • Prevents corrosion, oxidation, and pitting
  • Cleans and improves appearance
  • Works with almost any alloy of Stainless Steel


Part sizes are limited by tank size of 48”x36”x42”

Why Peak Finishing?

Peak Finishing offers superior results for all passivated products at quick turnaround. Rely on our expertise for top quality and superb customer service. Contact us today for any questions, concerns, or requests about our stainless steel passivation services in Provo and Salt Lake City, Utah. Our highly trained team is here to help you.

We are the only service in Utah County to offer stainless steel passivation, but we can service the Salt Lake, Ogden, or St. George areas too—or anywhere else! In fact, we’re only 20 minutes from the point of the mountain, and only a day away via UPS or Fedex from anywhere in Utah and parts of Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, and Arizona. We’re just two days via UPS ground from any place in the Western United States. We welcome jobs from anywhere in the country looking for a quality product with great customer service. Visit our Get a Quote page for pricing and to request a quote.

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