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Zinc passivation
automotiveprototypingmedium series

zinc passivation
zinc passivation
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Characteristics

Type of substrate
zinc
Applications
automotive
Production method
small series, medium series, prototyping
Certifications
ISO 9001, ISO 14001

Description

We use zinc electroplating to add a zinc coat to materials (Zn and Zn/Ni), which serves as a base layer for further coating, or as a surface finish it gives products a more attractive appearance than in their unfinished state. In any case it fundamentally improves the mechanical and electrical properties of metals. Advantages of zinc electroplating -improves the mechanical and electrical properties of metal -even a thin layer ensures great resistance to corrosion and other environmental influences -low economic costs -serves as a primer or final surface treatment -environmentally friendly technology of chromate coating without hexavalent Cr The galvanisation process is completely automated, but it can be modified in the individual phases. As a result, the individual galvanisation phases can be tailored to your requirements for the resultant quality and appearance of the products, and different levels of corrosion resistance can be achieved. Galvanisation is primarily suitable as a surface finish for metal parts, connection elements, anchoring elements, castings or forgings. So called passivation (chromate coating) or sealing using silicate paint may also be part of the galvanisation surface finish process. Uses of zinc electroplating -all metal (magnetic) products for a widerange of uses in the automotive, construction, furniture, electrical engineering, mining and other industries -screws and metal fittings -ground anchors -garden furniture -construction and anchoring elements
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.