CALCIUM MODIFIED ZINC PHOSPHATE COATINGS
Calcium Modified Zinc Phosphate coatings are typically used as a base for paint, rubber bonding, corrosion protection or break-in lubrication. The built-in grain refiner helps to form a smooth, uniform, microcrystalline structure. Calcium modified zinc phosphate coating weights can range from 150-1100 mg/ft2 depending on the formula chosen and the method of application.
|Phos Dip® R-2-LT||Typically used as a base for paint or rubber bonding, corrosion protection or break-in lubrication. This microcrystalline calcium modified zinc phosphate coating has a built in grain refiner and achieves coating weights in the range of 300-500 mg/ft2. Used by immersion, this product meets Federal Specification TT-C-490 for Type I coatings.|
|Phos Dip® R-2||Spray process also meeting Federal Specification TT-C-490 for Type I coatings. Calcium modified zinc phosphate coating weights range from 150-500 mg/ft2.|
|Phos Dip® R-700||Calcium modified microcrystalline zinc phosphate obtains coating weights slightly heavier than Phos Dip R-2-LT. This one-component product offers ease of operation and stable bath chemistry.|
|Ultraphos 1300||Used for both spray and immersion processing, this calcium modified zinc phosphate achieves coatings ranging from 150-600 mg/ft2. An excellent base for solid film lubricants. Enhances paint adhesion and can be used for break-in, anti-wear applications.|
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