Recently, the method of applying Dox‐Anode zinc silicate to a preheated surface has been advanced and a new system for applying zinc to metal, rendering the surface phosphated and primed, is now available. This system eliminates the usual phosphating operation with, it is claimed, better results. This hot‐spray system requires no de‐rusting, the adherent rust forming a key to receive the zinc silicate coating.
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