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British Standards for Zinc Plating and Passivate

Hexavalent Specification: British Standard: BS 1706 1990 Fe Zn Hexavalent Specification: For Fasteners (i.e. Nuts Bolts and Screws) British Standard: BS7371 -12:2008 Fe Zn Trivalent Trivalent Thin Passivate or Clear Passivate or colour Passivate Specification: British Standard: BS EN12329:2000 Fe Zn Trivalent Thick Film Passivate or Full Passivate Specification: British Standard: BS EN6338:2000 Fe Zn Trivalent Specification: For Fasteners (i.e. Nuts Bolts and Screws) British Standard: BS EN ISO 4042:2000 Fe Zn Passivate codes 1A = Clear Passivate 1B = Bleach 2C = Colour Passivate 2D = Drab Olive Passivate

Note: unavailable in trivalent passivate

Note: After Fe Zn a Number is given known as thickness codes to represent the thickness of Zinc in microns i.e. Zn5 Zn8 Zn12 etc. Example of full coating classification: Zinc plate to BSEN12329:2000 Fe Zn8 1A which means; FE = Ferrous substrate, ZN = Zinc coating 8 m min deposit and 1A = Clear passivate.

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