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I need to know if the Alodine 1200 S , is according to specification Mil-C-5541 [link by ed. to spec at TechStreet], and the difference with the Alodine 1500 and Alodine 600. Please I need this information as soon as possible.

airline - El Palomar, Buenos Aires, Argentina


Yes, all three of these materials are on the Qualified Products Lists for Mil-C-5541. Alodine is a trade name so you should find out from the manufacturer what the exact differences are between the 1500 and 600, but my understanding (courtesy of Benjamin Curto in letter 8243) is that 1500 is colorless (clear) and 600 is multicolor (gold)

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