Steel Division

Corrosion protection primer

For the highest quality requirements

The areas of application of corrosion protection primer are as varied as the product range of electrogalvanized strip. It unites the best processing properties with the best possible corrosion protection. Periods of guarantee against rust are significantly lengthened. Depending on the field of application, the organic coating can be applied in a variety of different thicknesses.

Steel grades with corrosion protection primer

  • Mild steels
  • Micro-alloyed steels
  • Phosphorus-alloyed steels
  • Bake-hardening steels
  • High-strength steels
  • Dual-phase steels
  • Complex-phase steels
  • TRIP steels

Corrosion protection primer product range 

  • Coating on one or both sides 
  • Weldable organic coating 
  • Best corrosion protection properties 
  • Excellent forming properties 
  • Excellent coating adhesion
Electrogalvanized steel strip

Electrogalvanized steel strip

Electrogalvanized steel strip for highest corrosion protection and best surface quality.

Portfolio

The electrogalvanized steel strip portfolio ranges from extremely mild to advanced highest-strength steel grades. All of these grades are characterized by high-quality appearance and excellent shell quality. The mechanical properties are equal to those of cold-rolled sheet. Electrogalvanized steel strip is available with a galvanized coating on one or both sides. The zinc coating layer thicknesses range between 2.5 and 7.5 µm.

Steel grades

  • Mild steels
  • Micro-alloyed steels
  • Phosphorus-alloyed steels
  • Bake-hardening steels
  • High-strength IF Steels
  • Dual-phase steels
  • Complex-phase steels
  • TRIP steels

Electrogalvanized steel strip 

  • Exceptional surface qualities 
  • Various surface treatment types (oiled and/or phosphate-treated) 
  • Additional organic coating upon request 
  • Excellent forming behavior 
  • Galvanized on both sides upon request 
  • Best paintability 
  • High degree of corrosion protection 
  • Excellent weldability and adhesiveness