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4/23/2008

Columbia Chemical

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Columbia Chemical Corp. has released Trivecta Black 100, black trivalent chromate for zinc-plated parts.

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Columbia Chemical Corp. has released Trivecta Black 100, black trivalent chromate for zinc-plated parts. A true drop-in replacement for black hexavalent chromates, the product has been in development for over two years. Field-tested at zinc plating shops around the world, Trivecta Black 100 is designed to be highly stable in job shop conditions and produce a jet-black, hexavalent chrome-free, glossy finish that is highly resistant to corrosion and scratches. The product is ELV, Weee and RoHS compliant.

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