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Compatibility of Fe phosphate coating with Inorganic zinc silicate primer.

(2000)

I'm specializing in the field of surface treatment chemicals namely,Fe phosphating.I would like to know if INORGANIC ZINC SILICATE PRIMER is compatible in terms of adhesion/bonding as a pretreatment with an Fe phosphate coating as a brush application on Ferrous metal(mild steel).

sudhip sen
- Mumbai,Maharashtra,India


(2005)

No, these primers are not compatible with Fe Phosphating.

Heramb Trifaley
- Mumbai, Maharashtra, India


(2006)

Dear Sir

I am interested about your question Compatibility of Fe phosphate coating with Inorganic zinc silicate primer.

Did you get any result ?

Best regards

M Talaie
ASAN CERAM - Iran



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