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2/9/2004

Conversion Coatings

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Comprehensive overview describes conversion coatings used to increase wear resistance and corrosion protection or facilitate paint bonding or break-in lubrication.

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Comprehensive overview describes conversion coatings used to increase wear resistance and corrosion protection or facilitate paint bonding or break-in lubrication. Featured are manganese phosphate, heavy-zinc phosphate, calcium modified zinc phosphate and iron phosphate. Brochure includes descriptions of supplemental products including grain refiners and surface activators. Pre-dips that impart a deep black phosphate finish are also discussed, along with chrome and chrome-free sealants and rust prevantatives engineered specifically for use over zinc and manganese phosphate coatings.

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