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Main Component of Iron Phosphating Process


(2000)

Can somebody tell me: What is the main component of a iron phosphate bath?

Roberto Santos Bermejo
- Monterrey, Nuevo Leon , México

(2000)

The main component is phosphate. It can be in several forms but the most common is either Monosodium or Ammonium Phosphate.

Other components tailor the product to run in the specific application; accelerators, rust inhibitors, and surfactants are added for various purposes.

Jeff Watson
Jeff Watson
- Pearland, Texas



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