27 - 29 October 2020
KIESOW Dr. Brinkmann
Painted or powder-coated surfaces require high-performance iron, zinc phosphate coatings or no-rinse systems. Their function is:1. To remove dirt and greases from the metal surface.2. By means of phosphate coatings, to form a firmly adhering layer that allows paint or powder coatings to adhere firmly and hence prevents infiltration by corrosive media.3. By the application of a conversion layer to ensure optimum adhesion conditions for subsequent paint coats.The ultrafine to coarse crystalline single-crystal and mixed crystal structures of the phosphate coatings produced by chemical reactions can be additionally protected by passivation and oil emulsions. With our product lines SURFASIT® , SURFACOTE® and SURFASEAL®, we cover the area of paint preparation perfectly.
In order to give zinc or cadmium precipitations, aluminium and its alloys as well as die-cast zinc (Zamak) and hot-dip galvanised material the required corrosion ...
Our customers all over the world appreciate and benefit from the excellent performance of our electroplating solutions which generate high quality metal deposits ...
The processes of electroplating require that the target substrate surfaces are perfectly clean. For decades, we have supplied our solvent free EKASIT®- and SURFACLEAN® ...
Many years of cooperation with well-known producers make it possible for us to supply first-class qualities. We stock all commercially available dimensions and shapes. ...
A subsequent sealing with one of our SURFASEAL-Top Coats marked by increases the corrosion resistance remarkably.
Furthermore properties of the coefficient of friction can be influenced.