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8/15/2014

Autodeposition Coating Provides Thermal Stability, Edge Protection

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Henkel has introduced a water-based reactive autodeposition coating, Bonderite M-PP 930C, formulated to deliver a uniform, defect-free surface coating on raw cast components and ferrous metals.

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Henkel has introduced a water-based reactive autodeposition coating, Bonderite M-PP 930C, formulated to deliver a uniform, defect-free surface coating on raw cast components and ferrous metals. This epoxy-acrylic urethane coats both the inside and outside of complex and cylindrical components and offers enhanced corrosion/abrasion resistance, thermal stability and edge protection. The low-energy autodeposition process uniformly coats large volumes of fully assembled, densely racked or complexly shaped metal parts. The product will coat any surface it wets during immersion of the parts, with no limitation as to part size, shape, complexity or density, says the company. The non-flammable, non-explosive, RoHS-compliant coating contains no toxic heavy metals, very low VOCs and no APEs or HAPs. The technology suits general industrial, agricultural and construction equipment as well as trucks, trailers and other automotive applications.

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