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phosphatization

[‚fäs·fəd·ə′zā·shən]
(geochemistry)
Conversion to a phosphate or phosphates; for example, the diagenetic replacement of limestone, mudstone, or shale by phosphate-bearing solutions, producing phosphates of calcium, aluminum, or iron.
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Ken-React[R] titanates, zirconates and aluminates bond, catalyze, and phosphatize waterborne, high-solids, and powder coating systems to benefit: adhesion, viscosity, dispersion, anticorrosion, flame retardance, anti-aging, acid-resistance, hydrophobicity, anti-tannin staining, gloss, reverse impact, mandrel bend, and nanoparticle exfoliation.
These are grit blast plus primer, phosphatize, phosphatize plus primer, Metal Jacket, and Metal Jacket over phosphatized surface.
Product name/Attributes: Ken React; Ken-React Titanates, zirconates and aluminates bond, catalyze and phosphatize to benefit adhesions, viscosity, dispersion, anti-corrosion, flame retardance, anti-aging, acid-resistance, hydrophobicity, anti-tannin staining, gloss, reverse impact, madrel bend and nanoparticle exfoliation.
Ken-React[R] Titanates, Zirconates, and Aluminates bond, catalyze, and phosphatize waterborne, high-solids and powder coating systems to benefit: adhesion, viscosity, dispersion, anticorrosion, antiaging, acid-resistance, hydrophobicity, tannin staining, gloss, brightness, wear, reverse impact, and mandrel bend.

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