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Phosphating Process after Cold Forging




February 18, 2010

We are in the process of having a Cold Forging unit shortly, for the forming of Bearing cups.
I would like to have information on what type of phosphating plant to have, its process and plant set-up.

Nikhil D
works manager - Bangalore, India


February 19, 2010

Nikhil,

You need to provide more details. Is this an existing design? If so please tell us what type of phosphate is called up (it may be iron, zinc or manganese).

If it isn't an existing design please tell us what you want from the coating. Is it a simple bedding in issue, is it for oil/grease retention or some other use.

With the extra information we can advise you which route to take. If the process is new to you I would also suggest talking to local phosphating solution suppliers for advice about set-up. We can only do so much remotely.

Brian Terry
aerospace - Yeovil, Somerset, United Kingdom



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