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STANDART® Zinc flake

Zinc pigments for anti-corrosive powder coatings

STANDART® Zinc Flake AT and STANDART® Zinc Flake GTT are platelet pigments consisting of metallic zinc, providing excellent corrosion protection properties for powder coating primers.

Apart from offering cathodic corrosion protection, they provide – due to their lamellar structure – an additional barrier effect in the powder coating film, resulting in a significantly reduced permeability to corrosive agents.

For formulating powder coating primers the platelet zinc pigments Zinc Flake AT and Zinc Flake GTT are normally combined with other anti-corrosive pigments. Particularly combinations with other platelet substrates (e. g. with micaceous iron or aluminum pigments) as well as with spherical inorganic or metallic substances such as iron/zinc phosphates (silicates or zirconates) or zinc dust have been successfully proved in practice.

 

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Zinc pigments for anti-corrosive powder coatings

STANDART® Zinc Flake AT and STANDART® Zinc Flake GTT are platelet pigments consisting of metallic zinc, providing excellent corrosion protection properties for powder coating primers.

Apart from offering cathodic corrosion protection, they provide – due to their lamellar structure – an additional barrier effect in the powder coating film, resulting in a significantly reduced permeability to corrosive agents.

For formulating powder coating primers the platelet zinc pigments Zinc Flake AT and Zinc Flake GTT are normally combined with other anti-corrosive pigments. Particularly combinations with other platelet substrates (e. g. with micaceous iron or aluminum pigments) as well as with spherical inorganic or metallic substances such as iron/zinc phosphates (silicates or zirconates) or zinc dust have been successfully proved in practice.

 

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