Zinc Phosphate

Zinc Phosphate is a process that is widely used to improve corrosion resistance and paint adhesion on steel and iron. Immersion applied coating weights from 150mg/sqft to 1200mg/sqft can easily be achieved. While the crystalline structure produced is typically reserved as a base for paint adhesion, it can also serve as a short term corrosion inhibitor while improving the substrate's appearance.

Standard Specifications
PS-80
GM9984090
TES1000
TES1007
PS119.0
RoHs, REACH, ELV & WEEE Compliant

Performance Benefits
Corrosion Resistance
Provides a base for subsequent coatings

Receptive Metals
Steel

Specifications

Performance :
Adhesion, Corrosion Resistance
Material Type:
Steel
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Zinc Phosphate

Zinc Phosphate is a process that is widely used to improve corrosion resistance and paint adhesion on steel and iron.