is a modern method of pre-treatment for powder coated items. The method is based on nanotechnology and is a multi-metal process adapted primarily for zinc, aluminium and steel. The process offers improved corrosion protection compared with for instance iron phosphating, as well as excellent adhesion for application of powder. The four rinse stages assure a better process stability. Reverse osmosis is employed to de-ionize the water, which involves a membrane technique that requires a minimal use of chemicals.


This is a copper alloyed with zinc. Other alloy elements may also be present. However, the most common brass consists of 65% copper and 35% zinc. Industrilas primarily uses brass for housing nuts, cylinders, keys, plates and hinge items.