The Voice of the Finishing Industry since 1936

  • PF Youtube
  • PF Facebook
  • PF Twitter
  • PF LinkedIn
1/14/2008

Iron Phosphate Coating For Ferrous Metals

Facebook Share Icon LinkedIn Share Icon Twitter Share Icon Share by EMail icon Print Icon

Chemetall Oakite has introduced Chem Cote 3010, a pre-paint treatment for iron and steel that is designed to leave a corrosion-resistant iron phosphate coated surface to which paint adheres easily.

Share

Facebook Share Icon LinkedIn Share Icon Twitter Share Icon Share by EMail icon Print Icon
Chemetall Oakite has introduced Chem Cote 3010, a pre-paint treatment for iron and steel that is designed to leave a corrosion-resistant iron phosphate coated surface to which paint adheres easily. Another important feature of Chem Cote 3010 is its operating temperature, according to the company. Since the product works at lower spray temperatures (below 90°F), the use of a burner is reduced or even eliminated to provide greater energy savings.

Related Topics

RELATED CONTENT

  • Zinc Phosphate: Questions and Answers

    Specific questions about zinc phosphate and pretreatment are answered in one article...

  • Curing Oven Basics

    Simply heating up the substrate does not cure the coating. There are many variables to consider when choosing the best cure oven for your application...

  • Pretreatment for Painting

    Better adhesion, enhanced corrosion and blister resistance, and reduced coating-part interactions make pretreatment a must.

Resources