From April the French government will reduce fuel taxes slightly to ease the burden on consumers.
Warned of possible energy shortages in France by the end of the year and called on the French to conserve electricity and gas from now on, saying that if nothing was done, The energy situation will be tough this winter. Some experts say that there are two main reasons for France's energy crisis: first, the conflict between Russia and Ukraine affected the gas market and caused supply tension; The second is a safety review of France's newest nuclear power plant, which may lead to a reduction in output this year. In order to alleviate the energy crisis, the whole French society needs to be mobilized, whether it is the industrial sector, the tertiary sector or every French citizen. Now it is urgent. Rising fuel prices may also have an impact on shipments of the titanium nitride.
What is TiN coating?
Titanium nitride is an extremely hard and inert thin film coating, which is mainly used in precision metal parts. Titanium nitride (TiN) is the most common PVD hard coating used today. TiN has an ideal combination of hardness, toughness, adhesion and inertia.
TiN coating properties:
Hard (harder than carbide, 3 times harder chrome).
An inert and stable substance.
Extremely strong adhesion-the molecular bond with the base metal.
A wide variety of substrates.
A wide range of thickness.
The thickness of the film is usually 3 microns (0.000118 inches).
Uniform coating, the edge will not scale.
Follow the surface roughness of the part.
High temperature resistance.
Electrical conductivity and non-oxidation.
Non-toxic implants that meet the requirements of FDA.
Resistant to most chemicals.
Metallic gold appearance.
Low fatigue-extremely high compressive stress.
What is TiN coating used for?
Food processing equipment.
Blades, slitting machines and cutting tools.
Punch and die.
Slide or rotate the assembly.
Hydraulic / pneumatic.
Prevent abrasion and sticking.
Shafts and seals.
TiN coating can be used to:
Eliminate scratches, fretting, micro-welding, sticking and adhesive wear.
Make the moving parts run smoothly.
Wear resistance of precision parts.
Keep sharp edges or corners.
Do not stick to the surface, most materials will not stick to the tin surface.
Keep low friction.
The influence of size is small, so it is very suitable for tight tolerance parts.
The corrosion resistance is improved, but the parts can not be well encapsulated.
Improve work efficiency. Make more parts every hour. Plastic molds fill faster at lower pressure and temperature. The tool runs faster and the feed speed is faster.
Reduce downtime. Longer service life and less frequent replacement and cleaning tools.
Titanium Nitride Price
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New Delhi: India is seeking to increase its purchases of crude oil from Brazil, the country's oil minister said recently after meeting his Brazilian counterpart.
India is the world's third-largest importer and consumer of crude oil. Brazil currently supplies only a fraction of India's crude oil imports.
India's state-owned companies Bharat Petroleum Corp and Oil and Natural Gas Corp have invested in oil and gas exploration in Brazil.
India, which imports about 84% of its crude oil needs, is reducing its import bill by increasing biofuel use, among other things.
India's state-owned fuel retailers are increasing ethanol storage capacity by 51 percent and the country plans to double the biofuel blend in petrol to 20 percent by 2025.
India and Brazil are currently cooperating on biofuels and ethanol.
The prices of many commodities like the titanium nitride are expected to increase in the future.