DEVELOPMENT OF ULTRA-THIN FILM PRESERVATIVE COMPOUNDS
SNELL (FOSTER D) INC NEW YORK
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An investigation as begun to develop a preservative compound which will 1 afford a high degree of protection to metal surfaces, 2 will not interfere with normal or dry-film lubrication, and 3 will be applicable from quick rying, non-toxic solvents. Commonly used test methods such as the JAN-H- 792 humidity cabinet test, salt spray test, a d fog cabine test are of en the basis for claims of effective corrosion control materials and methods. Lack of correlation with field tests and poor reproducibility of results are encountered with many tests. The literature review indicated that there were no effective corrosion preventive compounds which function as ultra-thin films applied from dilute solutions.
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