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Manganese Phosphating



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Q. Is there any known method for masking specific areas when manganese phosphating?

Does anybody know of anyone that can Manganese Phosphate a part that is 13 1/2 Feet long?

Thanks for your help,

Chris Galligan
- Oshkosh, Wisconsin, US
2000


A. Chris: You mask like you would for a plating process. We can phosphate up to 16' long. Dan Weaver

Dan Weaver
- Toccoa, Georgia


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