Black Trivalent passivate meets major OEM requirements for use over both alkaline and acid high zinc-nickel plating finishes. Control of the solution requires only two components and provides higher levels of appearance and corrosion protection for both barrel and rack applications.
Exceeds major OEM applications, even after post heat treatment. This two component system maintains the highest levels of corrosion protection in demanding everyday production conditions. Slightly iridescent appearance over acid or alkaline zinc-nickel finishes.
High efficiency, ammonia and boron free, single rectifier controlled process, provides a simpler and lower cost alternative to competitive systems. Formulated to provide excellent adhesion over castings and other difficult ferrous substrates. Ideal for plating onto brake calipers, the deposits provide the highest levels of corrosion resistance performance in zinc alloy deposits, exceeding 240 hours to whit and over 1000 hours to red in NSST.
Exceeding major OEM requirements in both rack and barrel applications. With it's unique "anti-aging" technology, the efficiency of the plating solution maintains like new performance with out the need for additional equipment. This finish provide the highest level of corrosion resistance performance in zinc alloy deposits, exceeding 240 hours to white and over 1000 hours to red in NSST. With exceptional ductility and corrosion resistance in post forming operations and elevated temperature application With ever increasing use of aluminum and other light weight materials int eh automotive industry , alkaline zinc-nickel finish provides improved galvanic compatibility with dissimilar materials and this can be further enhanced with Dipsol's full line of passivates, topcoats and lubricants for torque and friction requirements.
These single component systems provide the highest levels of appearance, abrasion, and corrosion protection over passivated zinc & zinc alloy finishes. A silver clear appearance over passivated zinc & zinc alloy finishes, while the black provides a glossy appearance that requires no further topcoat and is highly UV resistant. Utilizing dip spin type equipment, typical applications are applied with one coating followed by a bake, a second coating can be applied depending on the performance level required. A lubricant can be integrated into the coating to meet torque and friction requirements.