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Anticorrosion Coating for Exposed Metal Fasteners and Hardware



Greenkote, a global provider of advanced anticorrosion metal coatings, has announced a major expansion of production capacity at its headquarters facility in Brook Park, OH. The expansion comes in response to an upsurge in demand for corrosion protection on environmentally-exposed metal fasteners and hardware in a number of different industries.

Greenkote provides anticorrosion coating services for construction, automotive, rail, utilities and other industries where parts are exposed to weather or harsh and corrosive environments. Greenkote can be applied to a broad range of metal parts, from threaded fasteners to stamped and cast pieces, in sizes from 0.2" to 78".

"Proprietary Greenkote coatings have been replacing several older anticorrosion processes such as galvanizing, hot-dip, sherardizing and metal flake," said a company spokesperson. "In addition to increased corrosion protection, Greenkote technology provides enhanced adhesion, longer wear and more conformal coverage, which allows its use on complex geometries such as small threaded parts. Greenkote also eliminates metal failures caused by hydrogen embrittlement, an intrinsic problem with many traditional coatings." Greenkote is applied by a patented zinc-based dry thermal diffusion process that requires no hazardous chemicals and produces no toxic byproducts.

For more information contact:

Greenkote

6435 Eastland Rd.

Brook Park, OH 44142

440-243-2941

sales.northamerica@greenkote.com

www.greenkote.com

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