phosphate coating

phosphate coating

[′fä‚sfāt ‚kōd·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
A conversion coating on metal, usually steel, produced by dipping in an aqueous solution of zinc or manganese acid phosphate; used to furnish a black finish to small arms, artillery, or automotive components to provide resistance to corrosion.
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They are available with four layers of corrosion protection, galvanised steel, phosphate coating, E-coat dip paint process and final gloss top coat, to aid rust resistance in most adverse driving conditions.
Caption: Elemental scan across a section of zinc phosphate coating
Performance benefits associated with Ultrax metal conditioner 257 include a dense, uniform phosphate coating on metal parts as well as improved phosphate coverage on and around welded seams and other zones affected by heat during welding and manufacturing, even after significant bath aging.
The Performance Review Institute (PRI) certifies manufacturers to the Nadcap standard for chemical processes, such as phosphate coating.
The pistons are designed to withstand high impact conditions and treated with an anti-corrosive phosphate coating.
Abstract The adhesion of electrodeposition (ED) paint on steel sheets for automobiles is highly influenced by the properties of the zinc phosphate coating which is used to improve its corrosion resistance.
Optimization of phosphate coating properties on steel sheet for superior paint performance--Nitu Rani, Arun K.
A new phosphate coating line is scheduled to go online in August, marking the completion of the first stage of the plant's investment program for 2011, according to a media statement of the company.
The Teflon[R] coating on these trays has been replaced with a dry film lube phosphate coating that won't peel.
The biological fixation of titanium implants to bone tissue is faster with a calcium phosphate coating than without.
The pistons have been designed to withstand high impact conditions, to be wear-resistant and to have been treated with an anti-corrosive phosphate coating.