Lauer Manganese Phosphate Parkerizing Solution Liquid

Product Family #: 1841245936
$13.49 - $63.99
$0.84 - $63.99/Each
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This product is a medium-heavy crystalline coating which is ideal for firearms that must perform under adverse weather conditions. The porous surface created by this process lends itself to absorption of oil or spray-on/bake-on finishes. Its non-reflective surface is perfect for tactical and hunting situations. Just degrease, blast, and immerse your parts in the solution. Then oil or coat with a finish such as LCW DuraCoat.

Technical Information

  • Clean and degrease all parts thoroughly
  • Fill heating tank with 4 parts clean water and 1 part parkerizing solution
  • Heat solution in heating tank to 170-185°
  • Condition solution by immersing 1 pad of course steel wool in heated solution for 30 minutes
  • Immerse parts in heated solution for 5-15 minutes
  • Add clean water as evaporation takes place
  • Immerse parts in post-treatment solution, or apply spray-on finish

  • Zinc Phosphate is especially suited as an undercoating for DuraCoat.
  • This parkerizing solution creates a medium-heavy crystalline coating which enables the surface to absorb oils or spray-on/bake-on finishes.

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