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The iron and steel industry is a broad concept that encompasses all processes related to the processing of iron and steel production. Various methods have been used for iron processing throughout human history, and the problem of rusting has been discovered due to the physical properties of iron. Therefore, various protective measures have been taken.


Today, with the increasing use of chemicals, significant developments are taking place in surface treatment chemical technology in the iron and steel industry. These chemicals are used to protect iron and steel surfaces from rusting, corrosion, and other harmful effects.


Surface treatment chemicals are obtained by mixing various chemical compounds, and these compounds can vary depending on the surface treatment method and the intended result. For example, the chemicals used for passivation process create a passive layer on the surface, protecting it against corrosion, while the chemicals used for phosphating make the surface suitable for painting.


Surface treatment chemicals also clean elements like dirt and rust from the surface to make it more homogenous. This improves the quality of processes like painting or coating and extends the durability and lifespan of the surface.


The use of surface treatment chemicals in the iron and steel industry helps to increase product quality, resulting in more durable and aesthetically pleasing products.


Oil removal process is a surface treatment applied to remove protective oil, rust, and other organic and inorganic structures on iron, steel, and non-ferrous metals. Thanks to this process, the material is cleaned before the phosphating process and the phosphate particles adhere better to the surface, providing better protection against corrosion. In addition, removing oil from materials prevents paint from peeling during the painting process and extends product life. ASY-150 is used for iron surfaces and has the advantages listed above, and is also easy to use.



Alkaline oil removal process used for non-ferrous metals is a chemical process applied to remove oil, rust, oxide, and other contaminants on metals such as aluminum, copper, zinc, and nickel. This process cleans the surface of the materials and prepares them for subsequent processes.


During the process, the material is placed in the oil removal tank and left in the solution for a sufficient amount of time. This process provides enough time for contaminants to dissolve and for rust on the surface to dissolve. Then, the material is placed in the rinsing tank and rinsed to remove all residues from the solution.


The alkaline oil removal process cleans the surface of non-ferrous metals and prepares them for subsequent processes. When used especially before processes such as painting or coating, this process can help achieve better results.



Iron phosphate is a type of phosphating process that is widely used as a surface treatment chemical. This process is typically used to coat iron and steel surfaces with an anti-corrosive coating.


The iron phosphate process is achieved by applying iron salts in a solution to the surface. This process results in the removal of oil, dirt, and rust from the surface, followed by the application of an iron phosphate coating. This coating provides a better surface preparation for subsequent painting and helps to prevent rust.


The iron phosphate process is an important surface treatment chemical for many industrial applications, including automotive, metal furniture, white goods, and metal coating industries. Additionally, the iron phosphate process is known as a widely used process for improving the surface quality of steel and iron and preventing rust.



Zinc phosphate is a commonly used surface treatment chemical that is used to protect metal surfaces, particularly steel surfaces, from rust and to improve paint adhesion properties.


The zinc phosphate coating process is typically carried out in a bath, and during the process, the metal surface is first cleaned with an acidic solution. Then, the zinc phosphate solution is sprayed onto or immersed in the metal surface to form a coating of zinc phosphate crystals on the metal surface. These crystals help protect the metal surface and enhance the paint adhesion properties.


Zinc phosphate coating is a widely used surface treatment technique, especially in industries such as automotive, construction, and defense. The zinc phosphate coating helps make metal surfaces more resistant to corrosion and enhances the paint adhesion properties, resulting in a longer-lasting and more aesthetically pleasing result.



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Pasivation is a process applied after zinc coating to remove uncoated zinc particles and passivate the surface. This process increases the particle density on the surface and creates a good film before painting. Additionally, the pasivation process enhances the corrosion resistance of the surface after coating and strengthens the bond between the metal surface and paint.


However, unpassivated phosphate surfaces may have less corrosion resistance compared to passivated surfaces. Therefore, the pasivation process is an important step in ensuring the long-term durability of metal surfaces.

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