Manganese phosphates are applied by immersion to mild steel alloys for wear resistance/lubrication.
Phosphate Coatings: Manganese Phosphate
||Deposits a manganese phosphate coating of 1,500 + mg/ft2 on steel. An excellent base to reduce wear and prevent galling of moving parts. Coating absorbs and retains oils and lubricants. Provides excellent break-in properties. Provides corrosion resistance. Specification: DOD-P-16232F Type M, Mil-P-50002B Type M. Concentration: 10% by volume in water. Temperature 200 - 210° F.|
|Mi-Phos™ M GR
||Mi-Phos™ M GR is a surface conditioner that enables the production of fine, even crystalline manganese phosphate coatings on components that have been alkaline cleaned or acid pickled. Produces fine, dense phosphate coatings with increased corrosion resistance.|
||A two-component liquid formulation used as a predip, prior to applying a zinc or manganese phosphate coating on steel. The black color is formed as part of the phosphate coating and will not rub off. Concentration: 6 to 12% by volume in water. Temperature: Ambient|