Enthone Publishes Corrosion Resistant Coatings Guide

Company says zinc and zinc alloy systems extend product life, increase yields.

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A new Corrosion Resistant Coatings Guide has been published by Enthone (West Haven, Conn.). The guide details the company’s zinc and zinc alloy processes, passivates, sealants and auxiliary products. When used as part of a Perma Shield corrosion resistant system, the processes are said to produce final coatings that create value throughout the supply chain by extending product life, decreasing metal consumption, increasing productivity and reducing process steps.

The Corrosion Resistant Coatings Guide denotes each Perma Shield system by minimum hours resistance to red rust (250, 500, 1000 hours). Acid or alkaline process options, type of zinc or zinc alloy to be employed, as well as cobalt-free passivate selections are provided within the guide. The systems may be used in rack or barrel operations, and are designed to be extremely stable, provide exceptional appearance and be simple to waste treat.

Each Perma Shield corrosion resistant system is customized to meet stringent OEM requirements while delivering reliability, versatility and exceptional performance. The systems feature a patented Zincrolyte zinc alloy or Enthobrite zinc process, followed by a Perma Pass passivate and an optional Enseal sealant. Optimum process efficiency is achieved through use of Enthone’s enGage advanced quality systems total process monitoring software.

The guide is currently available in English, German and simplified Chinese. A copy may be obtained by contacting auto@enthone.com or by visiting enthone.com/brakes.

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