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Reyco Granning adds new coating to suspensions

The company says the coating will improve corrosion resistance and resist chipping, scratching and gravel damage seen on truck and trailer underbodies.

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Reyco Granning will be phasing in a new coating on its suspension products.

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The company says the coating will improve corrosion resistance and resist chipping, scratching and gravel damage seen on truck and trailer underbodies. Reyco Granning says samples exceed 2,000 salt spray hours in independent testing.

The company says the new coating can be recoated with most urethane, acrylic or alkyd resin formulated automotive topcoats or it can be used as a finished coat.

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