1991-02-01

New Pretreatment and Painting Technology for All-Aluminum Automotive Body 910887

The Honda NSX, made entirely of aluminum, introduces a concept of using chromium chromate as a method of chemical pretreatment.For other parts that contain a different type of metal, such as various parts of the chassis, a DACRO coating system as well as many other inventions are used. For the paint process itself, a new waterborne basecoat technology is also introduced to obtain a high-class appearance level for the NSX.

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