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"Rust Preventive Oil in Hot Dip Galvanizing"



May 8, 2010

Dear Sirs;

I would like to ask about the characteristics of the most suitable (Rust preventive Oil) that can be used in the Continuous hot dip galvanizing, in order to protect the steel coils from rusting & corrosion.

Thanks

Ayman Hassouneh
Business Development Manager - Amman, Jordan
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May 19, 2010

Your question is not clear, In CGL line (Continuous Galvanizing Line) after Galvanizing why do you want to use rust preventing oil while the job / sheet is already Galvanized? Please detail your question.

Umesh Dalela
- Bhuj, Gujrat, India
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May 20, 2010

Dear Sir;

Thank you for your reply, well the oil layer is added to the surface of the HDGC in order to prevent wet staining (white rust) as another way more than chromation layer on the surface.

also oil is used to extend the storage period of the coils, especially in winter, and it will help in shipping (preventing coils from dirts and other factors) also in the forming applications of the HDGC/S.

Thanks

Ayman A. Hassouneh
- Amman, Jordan
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July 18, 2010

You need a petrolium based product such as Quaker Chemical's, Ferrocote 61 AUS. This oil-based rust preventive provides in-process or final protection for medium to long-term indoor storage of metal surfaces.

However, you must also pay attention to the process
variables for handling, storage, packaging and transportation.

(I do NOT work for Quaker Chemical)

Terry Magyar
- Gahanna, Ohio
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August 8, 2010

Thank you Sir, I will try to bring this product and use it.

Ayman Hassouneh
- Amman - Jordan
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