Phosphating is a chemical process producing fine-crystalline phosphates from phosphoric acid solutions on metal surfaces.

These phosphate layers are deep-seated in the metal surface and show numerous hollows and capillaries. Thanks to these characteristics the surfaces have excellent properties for absorbing diverse waxes, oils and passivation coatings.
Therefore, phosphate layers provide excellent protection against corrosion or ensure good adhesion of additionally applied lacquer and plastic coatings. Furthermore, the layers reduce friction and wear and are electrically non-conductive. Rust can hardly form under damaged phosphate layers.

As of 31.12.2019 our phosphating plant will be closed.
For this reason we are unable to accept new inquiries.

 

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