Energy saving Chem Cote 3010 provides iron phosphate coating for ferrous metals

Pigment & Resin Technology

ISSN: 0369-9420

Article publication date: 23 May 2008

Citation

(2008), "Energy saving Chem Cote 3010 provides iron phosphate coating for ferrous metals", Pigment & Resin Technology, Vol. 37 No. 3. https://doi.org/10.1108/prt.2008.12937cad.015

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Emerald Group Publishing Limited

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Energy saving Chem Cote 3010 provides iron phosphate coating for ferrous metals

Article Type: New materials and equipment From: Pigment & Resin Technology. Volume 37, Issue 3.

Chemetall Oakite, a leader and innovator in surface treatment chemistries, presents Chem Cote 3010, a pre-paint treatment for iron and steel. “Chemetall Oakite has designed Chem Cote 3010 to leave a superior iron phosphate coated surface to which paint adheres easily,” said Gary Nelson, Product Manager, Surface Treatments. “The resulting surface is also highly resistant to corrosion.”

Another important feature of Chem Cote 3010 is its operating temperature. Since Chem Cote 3010 works at lower spray temperatures, the use of a burner is reduced or even eliminated to provide greater energy savings. “As our customers search for ways to reduce cost without sacrificing quality, we have also developed products that will assist them in achieving this goal,” said Nelson.

“Chem Cote 3010 is one of these specially engineered products. Since this product works at temperatures below 90ºF, customers have reported energy savings of $45,000 in a single year!” Chemetall Oakite, with headquarters based in New Providence, NJ, has been developing, manufacturing, and supplying state-of-the art specialty chemical products since 1909.

The ISO 9001 certified company offers a wide spectrum of products ranging from cleaners, sanitizers, chain lubes, defoamants, and water and waste treatment programs to complete product offerings. Chemetall Oakite's integrated products, chemical management systems, process equipment, and service programs facilitate the achievement of many industries' processing needs.