New zinc-based coating enters an increasingly dense chromium-free industrial coatings space

NOF Metal Coatings North America and Curtis Metal Finishing have developed a chromium-free zinc-based coating called "ZnCoat" for high strength fasteners used in construction and agriculture. The two companies recently announced the availability of yellow and black color options to, in the words of ...

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