Zinc Technology Increases Corrosion Protection

Columbia Chemical – Sur/Fin 2014, Booth 513

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Columbia Chemical will exhibit its line of processes for zinc and zinc alloy plating, including brighteners, cleaners, chromates and specialty products. Featured will be ColFin TTM-1016, torque modifier technology for use over electroplated or mechanically plated zinc and zinc alloy deposits.

Developed to meet specifications with a coefficient range of friction of 0.10 to 0.16 on zinc substrates, ColFin TTM-1016 also is said to increase the corrosion protection of the plated coatings. It meets the requirements of General Motors GMW3044 G, PSA B15 4140, Renault 0171002 and TRW TS 2-21-07, and is approved by John Deere for JDM F21, Symbol A and F for zinc-nickel electrodeposits.

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