By now you’ve heard the phrase “plating black.”
This is a phrase used to describe a coating applied to the outside of a tail to enhance the color of the overall design.
The coating has a high-impact and high-tensile strength that is often referred to as a “tiger tail.”
When applied to a steel blade, the coating adds strength to the steel and makes it easier to cut.
However, you may be wondering why a coating like this isn’t a standard steel blade coat.
That’s where black zinc comes in.
It is an alternative to a standard coating, which has a very low strength.
The difference is that black zinc is a higher-tensioning material, meaning it has a more consistent tack than steel.
This is important because a coating can take a bit of time to cure and take on the appearance of rust, especially if it’s applied over a hard surface.
Black zinc can be applied to all types of steel, but it has become popular in the aerospace and automotive industries.
As of August 2020, there were about 1,400 zinc plated steel blades in the United States.
The majority of these were used for aircraft, but there were also a few in cars and trucks, where the coating has been used.
There are a few different coatings that are popular in aerospace applications.
The most common is titanium oxide, which is an oxide made up of copper and zinc.
Titanium oxide is used for all sorts of applications, from aircraft engines to aircraft avionics.
The coatings used for aerospace applications can vary greatly in strength and tensile strength, so you should read the manufacturer’s label carefully before using one.
For more information, check out our guide on coatings.