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11/16/2015

Henkel’s Bonderite Pretreatment Reduces Complexity

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A Bonderite metal pretreatment paint process bath consists of a mildly acidic, latex emulsion polymer, DI water and other proprietary ingredients.

Henkel’s Bonderite metal pretreatment paint process is a chemical coating designed for processes where an organic polymeric emulsion chemically deposits on the surface of a clean metal substrate. This pretreatment process reduces the number and complexity of stages involved in painting parts.

The autodeposition process formulates a uniform film over the entire surface of the work piece, even in difficult-to-reach areas. Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) photos show a uniform, tight, autodeposited wet film before coalescence/curing, and consistent coating thickness around edge of razor blade. This enables the coating dispersion to flow into and around the most complex shapes.

A Bonderite metal pretreatment paint process bath consists of a mildly acidic, latex emulsion polymer, DI water and other proprietary ingredients.

For more information, visit henkel.com

 

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