Takumi Honda has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Abstract: The invention is an aqueous autodeposition coating composition that produces a film that has a better adherence and corrosion resistance than the films formed by the prior-art coating compositions, but which does so without a rinse treatment (for example, a chromium containing solution, rinse) prior to film curing. The aqueous autodeposition coating composition has a pH of 1.6 to 5.0 and contains(i) water-dispersible or water-soluble organic film-forming resin,(ii) at least one of fluoride ions or fluoride ions and complex fluoride ions,(iii) hexavalent chromium ion or hexavalent chromium ion+trivalent chromium ion, and(iv) tungstate ion and/or molybdate ion.
July 29, 1994
Date of Patent:
April 23, 1996
Takumi Honda, Kazuhisa Naito, Mitsuyuki Koga
Abstract: Zinciferous surfaces, particularly those of galvanized steel, may be effectively protected against corrosion, either as treated or after painting, while remaining easy to weld, by contact with an aqueous solution containing chromium in both +6 and +3 valence states, phosphate, a tertiary alcohol or similar oxidation stable, water soluble organic compound as a wetting agent, and a silane coupling agent, followed by drying with a film from the solution still in place on the surface. A thin coating containing 10-200 mg/m.sup.2 of chromium is formed on the surface to provide a protective layer that is also an excellent base for paint.
Abstract: The present invention relates to a process for surface treatment for cathodic electrodeposit coating of a zinc-plated or zinc alloy-plated steel sheet comprising coating and drying a protective coating material on said steel sheet chromate-treated beforehand, to form a protective film before subjecting the sheet to the cathodic electrodeposit coating, which comprises coating a protective coating material having as a principal constituent of film-forming organic component a block isocyanate-containing prepolymer containing in one and the same molecule respectively at least one blocked isocyanate group, hydroxyl group, and tertiary amono group and containing 10-100 parts by weight of silica sol relative to 100 parts by weight of said prepolymer, in an amount of 0.3 g-4 g/m.sup.2, and then heat-drying the same.