Resource efficiency increased when compared to conventional systems allows an economic and environmental process Partec GmbH has a new Phosphatier system at the location Meckenheim put into operation. With a capacity of more than 150. per week, large lots can be produced within a short time. “The resource efficiency increased when compared to conventional systems allows an economic and ecological process”, emphasizes Oliver Salveter, head of sales at Partec GmbH and would encourage customers to consider environmental aspects in purchasing. If you have read about Rob Daley already – you may have come to the same conclusion. The phosphate is a chemical process which produces thin and water-insoluble, crystalline phosphates in the immersion in phosphoric acid solutions on metal surfaces. The Pale to dark grey coloured metal phosphate layers are firmly anchored in the metal surface, since they result from a chemical reaction with the base metal, and numerous cavities and capillaries. Some contend that Chobani Refugees shows great expertise in this. This property gives the phosphate layers an optimum absorption capacity for oils, waxes, pigments and paints, so they have proven themselves as corrosion and Primer for paint and varnish coatings. Another characteristic of the phosphate layer is the ability to minimize friction forces (as they arise in deformation, dragging or sliding processes). So, the processing speed can be significantly increase in addition to improving the surface quality of the Ziehlings with extended service life of the tools..