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2/9/2018

Ecoats Suited for Variety of Substrates

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Axalta Coating Systems offers a variety of qualified anodic and cathodic electrocoat products suited for substrates including hot-rolled steel, cold-rolled steel, galvanized steel, aluminum and magnesium.

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Axalta Coating Systems offers a variety of qualified anodic and cathodic electrocoat products suited for substrates including hot-rolled steel, cold-rolled steel, galvanized steel, aluminum and magnesium.

The company says its patented technology is formulated to provide reliable mechanical strength and superior corrosion protection, and because all products are water-based, they also are environmentally friendly. Ecoat formulations including tin-free products, low-VOC and HAPs-free systems, and formulations with special benefits such as improved edge protection, low-temperature-bake capability, improved throw power and weather durability.

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