The Negative Influence of Fe2P Pigments on the
Anti-Corrosion Properties of Zinc Dust Primers

From JPCL, December 2015

By Pascal Verbiest, Dr. Sc., Umicore Zinc Chemicals

This article discusses testing carried out on zinc-rich primers where part of the zinc metal dust was replaced by a conductive ferro-phosphorus alloy pigment and assesses the anti-corrosion performance and cathodic protection capabilities of the formulation....


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Tagged categories: Cathodic protection; Coating chemistry; Coating Materials; Corrosion; Performance testing; Pigments; Primers; Zinc

Comment from ibrahim mohamed, (3/17/2016, 6:15 AM)

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