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New protective coatings against liquid zinc corrosion


Hot dip galvanizing is a surface treatment used to form a corrosion-resistant layer on the surface of steel by dipping it in a liquid zinc bath. However, a lot of structures used for hanging or containing the parts during the process are made of steel and sufer from liquid zinc corrosion. Furthermore, Fe–Zn intermetallics formed on the surface induce an additional pickling and zinc consummation, therefore generating supplementary economic and environmental costs. In this article, two Fe-Cr-Ni-Si coatings synthetized by the slurry process on carbon steel (C22) were characterized by XRD, EDX, EPMA and EBSD analyses. Their corrosion protective properties were studied in the process imitating cyclic batch galvanizing and compared to those of uncoated carbon steel (C22) and stainless steel (316 L). The coatings were verifed to be more efcient than the 316 L steel usually used for this application. After 9 cycles of no weight loss, molten zinc corrosion was linear and the same for Fe-Cr-Ni-Si coatings as for the stainless steel.
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hal-04078825 , version 1 (24-04-2023)




Aleksandra Cieplak, Asma Gdoura, Bruno Gay, Leo Portebois, Nicolas Ramenatte, et al.. New protective coatings against liquid zinc corrosion. SN Applied Sciences, 2023, 5 (5), pp.142. ⟨10.1007/s42452-023-05319-6⟩. ⟨hal-04078825⟩
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