Surface treatment and finishing
Phosphating is the process of converting a steel surface to iron phosphate.
Phosphating consists of applying a zinc phosphate coating on steel parts by immersing them in a warm diluted solution of phosphoric acid. Its crystalline and porous structure enables it to receive other treatments: it can be completed either by oiling to optimize the anti-corrosion properties or by lubricating which will give the parts better friction control.
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