Zinc Nickel Deposit Passes the Corrosion Tests

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Haviland’s Havalloy Z-N is an electro-deposited alloy of zinc and nickel with deposits containing 11- to 15-percent nickel by weight.

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Haviland’s Havalloy Z-N is an electro-deposited alloy of zinc and nickel with deposits containing 11- to 15-percent nickel by weight. Havalloy Z-N can be applied to metal components prior to traditional phosphate and paint to greatly extend the life of metal components in acidic, alkaline or saline conditions.

According to the company, the deposit completed the entire 12-week Ford Cyclic Test (Ford CETP 00.00-L-467 200903) as well as General Motors (GM 4700) requirements with no corrosion to the coating. Neutral Salt Spray (NSS) tested (GMW3286) with no white corrosion (corrosion of metal deposit) at 240 hours and no red rust (corrosion of base metal) at 1,000 hours. The company says Havalloy Z-N experienced no corrosion of any kind after 1,000 hours.

 

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