Manufacturing Processes for Corrosion Control 620228

A test was conducted on two cars to determine the effectiveness of a dip process for protection against corrosion. Improvements of the dip process were better cleaning of inside surfaces of enclosed structural members, solving the problem of solvent refluxing or vapor washdown, and replacement of fluid deadener on the top side of floor pans with a heavy coat of water reducible dip primer followed by a heavy coat of the body primer. Results of the test indicate that the process is successful.


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