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GMW15056

Thin Organic Precoatings

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Organization: GMW
Publication Date: 1 June 2017
Status: inactive
Page Count: 15
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Material Description. Thin organic precoatings are applied on zinc-plated coil material by no-rinse technique. To realize good adhesion, chromium-free adhesion promoters are used. For improved adhesion and creep back resistance a passivation can be applied before the application of the adhesion promoter itself. The thin organic precoating can be based on different polymer systems like epoxy, polyurethane, polyacryl, or polyester. The weldability is guaranteed by pigments.

Symbols. Not applicable.

Applicability. Thin organic precoatings serve to improve the corrosion protection of flanges and contact faces which cannot at all or only insufficiently be protected from corrosion by secondary measures such as E-coating, application of hem flange sealants or cavity waxing.

Remarks. This standard covers the requirements for thin organic precoatings applied to a hot dip coated or electro-galvanized sheet steel substrate. The substrate may be cold rolled (CR) or hot rolled (HR) sheet steel. First generation products are not suitable on Bake-Hardening (BH) substrates because of higher curing temperatures.

Document History

September 1, 2019
Thin Organic Precoatings
Note: Not recommended for spot welded or projection (fastener) welded applications without GM Manufacturing Approval. Material Description. Thin organic precoatings are applied on zinc-plated coil...
GMW15056
June 1, 2017
Thin Organic Precoatings
Material Description. Thin organic precoatings are applied on zinc-plated coil material by no-rinse technique. To realize good adhesion, chromium-free adhesion promoters are used. For improved...
August 1, 2012
Thin Organic Precoatings
This standard covers the requirements for thin organic precoatings applied to a hot dip coated or electrogalvanized sheet steel substrate. The substrate may be cold or hot rolled sheet steel. ...
August 1, 2007
Thin Organic Precoatings
This standard covers the requirements for organic precoatings applied to a hot dip coated or electrolytical galvanized sheet steel substrate. The substrate may be cold or hot rolled sheet steel....

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