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Knowledgeable specifiers are careful to insist on mechanical deposition processes when they want corrosion protection, freedom from hydrogen embrittlement, and the many other advantages mechanical deposition offers. PS&T offers products that comply with industry standards and legal requirements. Listed below are just some of the many current mechanical plating specifications:

American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO)
AASHTO M298 "Coatings of Zinc Mechanically Deposited on Iron and Steel"

American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
ASTM B695 "Standard Specification for Coatings of Zinc Mechanically Deposited on Iron or Steel"
ASTM B696 "Standard Specification for Coatings of Cadmium Mechanically Deposited"

Chrysler Corporation
PS - Plating "Zinc, Mechanical and Electroplated"
PS-8956 "Conductive Plated Coatings for Electrical Connectors and Corrosion Protection" 

ESF-M1P67-A "Plating, Mechanical — Zinc"

General Motors
GM4345M/4344M "Corrosion Protective Coatings — Zinc Plating"
GM3044 "Zinc Plating"

International Standard
ISO12683 "Mechanically deposited coatings of zinc - specification and test methods"

John Deere
JDM F22 "Specification for Mechanical Zinc Coating"

Mercury Marine
M-220-4 "Mechanically Deposited Coating"

M4066 "Iron Zinc Alloy Mechanical Plating - Silicate Resin Coatings"

P-1275 "Mechanical Plating - Aluminum Tin Zinc"
P-1309 "Mechanical Plating - Tin/Zinc"

Tesla Motors
TM-0010F-M "Mechanically Deposited Zinc Anti-Corrosion Coatings"

TSH6701G "Mechanical Plating Zinc-Iron-Aluminum Composite Coatings"

United States of America
MIL-C-81562B "Coatings, Cadmium, Tin-Cadmium and Zinc (Mechanically Deposited)"

TL155 "Ternary Composite Layer for High-Strength Fasteners"

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