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Corrosion protection with STAPA® Zinc pastes, STANDART® Zinc flake powders and Zinc granules Production process The raw material for the flakes is atomized, irregular Zinc granules with a minimal purity of 99.995 acc. to DIN 1706 which is milled into lamellar particles in ball mills in the presence of a lubricant in white spirit. The pigment suspension produced after milling is screened, pressed on filter presses and homogenized in mixers to the standard combination of 90% solids and 10% solvent. The same raw material is also used in a dry milling process in the presence of a lubricant to get flake-shaped Zinc powders. Production flowchart Zinc granules Raw material SHG-Zinc 99.995% Atomization Smelting of zinc ingots Air – atomization Screening Separation of various particle sizes Phlegmatization (Mixer) Homogenization Final product Final test report / Packing Production flowchart Zinc flake powder (Dry milling process) Raw material Zinc granules / Lubricant Steel ball mill Continuous production Milling down of zinc granules using steel balls Cyclone Separation of various particle sizes Phlegmatization (Mixer) Homogenization controlled oxidation Final product Final test report / Packing


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