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DELTA-PROZINC® TEST15

Article number: 984GE023


The DELTA-PROZINC® TEST15 describes the elecroplating process to generate a zinc based corrosion protection system with high performance. Quality and properties of the coating are determined by the system. The DELTA-PROZINC® TEST15 is free of nickel and cobalt.The process steps pretreatment, zinc electroplating, passivation and sealing are defined by the DELTA-PROZINC® TEST15. The pretreatment steps are as follows: hot alcaline decreasing, acidic pickling and electrolytic decreasing. A type of  [alcaline/slight acidic] electrolyte is used for the galvanising process. A thick layer passivation causes an iridescend conversion layer on the galvanised surface. The final sealing process leads to improved corrosion protection and improved chemical resistance as well. The iridescend effect of the conversion layer is reduced. A defined coefficent of friction window can be fixed.

Category

  • electroplating
  • system

Requirements

Corrosion resistance

  • fulfils salt spray test according to DIN EN ISO 9227 as requested in VDA 233-101
  • fulfils salt spray test according to DIN EN ISO 9227 as requested in ISO/CD 4042

Defined coefficient of friction window

  • µtot = 0,12-0,18 (Renault 01-50-005/D & Volvo VCS 5737)

Resistance against

  • Corrosion resistance
  • Defined coefficient of friction window

Surface / Substrate

  • steel
  • zinc die cast
  • Recommended zinc layer thickness 8 - 20 µm
  • The technical feasibility depends on pretreatment and individual characteristics of each material.

Application technology

  • dip-spin
  • dipping (drum)
  • dipping (drain)

Special features

  • hybrid system
  • water-based
  • integrated lubricant
  • gaugeability
  • slightly acid galvanized

Legal conditions

  • meets the EU End-of-Life Vehicle Directive 2000/53/EC
  • meets the RoHS 2 guidelines (also known as EU Directive on the Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment 2002/95/EC)
  • meets the REACh requirements

Contact Person

  • Christian Lenzmann

Selection of suitable parts

Washers

Panels

Metrical threaded bolts M2-M16

Non metrical threaded parts

Stamped parts

Nuts

Pipes and tubes

Brake parts

Rivets

Big parts

Advised parts

Suitable parts

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