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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2019
Symposium Substrate Protection for Corrosion Prevention
Presentation Title Evolution of Pretreatment Technology for Light-Weighting and Environmentally Friendly Substrate Protection
Author(s) Julia C. Heigl
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Julia C. Heigl
Abstract Scope Conversion coating technology has been used to pretreat the surface of metal substrates for improved coating performance. In the 1960s, the use of pretreatment became a standard routine in industries such as the automotive market. Early pretreatment technology focused on corrosion and topcoat adhesion. Pretreatment has evolved to achieve much more. Mix-metal substrates, weight reduction, and environmental friendliness of the pretreatment process are some of the technological challenges. Over the decades, the evolution of pretreatment technology has progressed to meet these challenges.


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