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EN on Magnesium Alloy Castings


(2000)

We want to do EN on magnesium alloy castings to give protection. There are generally two methods for doing this, i.e., the zinc immersion method and the direct EN method. However, we are a little confused about which method gives a better adhesion. Someone said the former while others said the latter. If you have any experience, I'll really appreciate your help.

Yanghui Xiang
- Shanghai, China


(2000)

For better corrosion & adhesion use the zincate & copper strike method.

Good luck

Gabriel Schonwald
Bnei Berak, Israel




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