Phosphate Plating Facilities are the systems that are preferred by businesses with high standards and sustainable quality-efficiency-high capacity expectations above the average.
It is a set of processes pioneering other sectors and technologies such as Automotive, White Goods, Space, Defense Industry and etc.
Surface Treatment Technologies are a subgroup of Surface Treatment Technologies and cannot provide long-term corrosion resistance on their own. Manganese Phosphate and Thick Zinc Phosphate
Other than their applications, they are the most commonly used under paint systems in the industry.
According to corrosion resistance, treatment location of the product (indoor/outdoor environment), capacity, budget, treatment area and different client expectations: It is mandatory to apply Cataphoresis, Anaphoresis Coating or Wet or Electrostatic Powder Paint
The main purpose here is to obtain the adhesion ability of the paint (by providing roughness, the surface area is increased) and thus a corrosion resistant surface.
There are different treatment methods in industrial sense.
Tunnel-spray systems are especially suitable for high capacity expectations. Immersion systems can also be preferred in cases where lower capacities or operating areas and budget are insufficient.
The basis is a reactive plating with phosphate salts or acid (H2PO4) with metal etching.
Fe + 2H+ → Fe+2 + H2(g)
3Zn+2 + 6- → Zn3(PO4)2 + 4H+ + 4H2PO4
While presenting the Phosphate Plating Plant, hundreds of parameters ranging from target capacity to the correct determination of application methods should be analyzed very seriously. The geometry of the part for which Phosphate Plating is requested and even the iron sludge to be formed must also be taken into account.