Zinc Phosphate (Nadcap accredited)
Zinc phosphate coatings typically serve as a base on steel for dry film lubricants, fluoroplymer coatings, metal flake coatings, or lubricating oils. They may also be used for dry lubrication to improve break-in or reduce galling. Zinc phosphate coatings only provide minimal corrosion protection without additional treatment. Their crystalline structure enables dry films and other coatings to mechanically bond to the steel, greatly enhancing adhesion. Zinc phosphate coatings are typically gray in color. For defense applications, this finish can reduce reflectivity of base materials.
Chem Processing Inc. Zinc Phosphate Capabilities:
- Military certifications
- Blasting and phosphate coating performed at a single facility per MIL 16232G Sec. 3.2
- Available masking for selective coating application
- Type Z: Class 1, Class 2, Class 3 & Class 4
- Salt Spray Corrosion Test per ASTM B-117
- Bulk or rack processing
- MIL-DTL-16232 Type Z
- UTAS/Hamilton Sundstrand PN 14.08
- GE Oil & Gas/Vetgo Grey VGS 6.2.3
- Woodward 4-09-0161
- Woodward FES-9007
Common Applications of Zinc Phosphate Coatings:
- Oil & Gas Industry: Primer for critical components
- Defense: CARC primer. Non reflective finish for equipment.
- Automotive: Base for organic coatings.
- Aerospace: Break-in of moving parts and threads. Primer for aerospace primer/paints.
- Gears & Bearings: Holds lubricants on surface.
- Mining Equipment: Primer for fluoropolymer coatings.
Chem Processing Inc. offers zinc phosphate coating services to Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, the Midwest and beyond. CPI is strategically located by highway routes to Chicago, Milwaukee, Madison, St. Louis, and Minneapolis. The CPI facility is minutes from Rockford Chicago International Airport , a major Midwestern air freight hub, enabling efficient door-to-door delivery across the United States or across the globe.