Fe-123 MOLECULAR RUST CONVERTER

Fe-123 is the molecular rust converter multi-award winning, which combines modern technology in rust conversion to an eco-friendly binder that contains zinc phosphate

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PVP c/ IVA

32,50 €

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Rust converters with high acid content have been very popular in the treatment of rust, however limited in its prevention. These rust converters with high acid content, leave residual acid in the pores, causing failures due to the formation of osmotic blisters. Often, this situation cannot be neutralized with fresh water because as a result appear new problems in metal structures.

For the passivation can really occur, the reaction within the layers of rust, it must be homogénia.

fe-123 combines modern technology in rust conversion to an eco-friendly binder containing zinc phosphate. Due to its high molecular mass, fe-123, can attract and incorporate multiple atoms of iron. In addition, with fe-123, each atom can be connected to three different molecules.

 

THE RESULT ...

Fe-123 involves rust at the molecular level, becoming a neutral layer between the steel surface and the atmosphere. This neutral layer prevents the migration of ions so that no chemical reaction can occur on the surface of the metal

YouSTEs, made by the magazine "PRACTICAL CLASSICS" in April 2011, proved that fe-123, not only converts the rust, but also leaves a base on which to paint without neutralizing, and achieved the recognition of BEST EVIDENCE, getting 10 of the possible 10 points. If you wish to obtain a copy of this report can make the download in home. Fe-123 was also awarded as the best proof in long term results for the "CLASSICS MONTHLY in 2011.

 

Where to USE fe-123 ...

Inject fe-123 hidden cavities before injecting a wax seal against rust for cavities, rusty steel and components, moving parts, nuts, bolts, came from broadcast, universal joints, leaf springs, railway equipment, radio antennas, gas and oil pipelines ... anyway, in any unprotected steel exposed to harsh environments.

Dilua and use fe-123 to dip parts or as a primary before using conventional layers of paint on rusted steel or severely stung.

 

CORROSION CRACKS ...

The corrosion of cracks will occur where the passive layer inside the crack or joint cannot regenerate due to lack of oxygen within that same crack or joint. This may be due to dirt or other contaminants that block the joint or crack. The area inside the gasket will become more (less noble) Anodic than steel adjacent surface. The formation of rust shall be so that there is moisture and rust will find their way out of the crack of crack. This type of formation of rust can be up to 400 times faster than the surface, due to the lack of oxygen and the presence of moisture. These areas can be treated successfully with fe-123. Even within hidden cracks the product can be injected by together. The action hfe igroscópica-123 will allow to penetrate the substrate moist and seal the rust inside the crack. If the problem area is a crack unprotected, or at an angle, then, as far as possible, the area should be cleaned and fe-123 injected into the cracks. Fe-123 can be used to treat corrosion cracks in angles, joints, piping, steel structures, bridges, towers, mats, chassis, railway, machinery and material any corroded area that cannot be treated or dipped Jet clean with

power tools.

NOT

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It is very important to remove previously all loose rust and flaking of paint with a wire brush until you get a solid surface and ensure that the surfaces are degreased, cleaned and dried.

 

Suggestion ...

I) SP10 DETERGENT RUST INHIBITOR to degrease and wash all surfaces

II) SAFER RUST REMOVER for prior breakdown rust, if necessary