Luster-On Conversion Coatings Protect Aluminum
Luster-On Aluminescent is manufactured in powder form to provide economical and easy-to-use product.
Luster-On Products’ Aluminescent conversion coating for aluminum is compliant for REACH, RoHS, WEEE and ELV, and approved for MIL-DTL-5541F. According to the company, it is manufactured in powder form to provide the most economical and easy-to-use product, which reduces shipping costs, minimizes storage requirements and simplifies bath additions.
The Aluminescent product line also includes the Aluminescent TX, a thixotropic formulation for field repair, and Aluminescent LQ, a liquid version of the maintenance-friendly powder. The company says that using Aluminescent protects aluminum parts and ensures superior adhesion of paints and adhesives.
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