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Thin film technology by Kluthe

Thin-film technology stands for low working temperatures, less water consumption and low maintenance costs. In contrast to other pre-treatment processes, the products are also better labeled and do not contain any heavy metals. For many applications, improved corrosion protection results can be achieved with fewer treatment zones. It is therefore worth taking a closer look at thin-film technology, especially when building new plants.

More information about the technology can be found HERE.

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