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What does IOZ stand for?

IOZ stands for Inorganic Zinc

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In swine, there were no differences between organic zinc (zinc methionine or zinc lysine) and inorganic zinc (zinc sulfate or zinc chloride) (Baker and Ammerman, 1995; and references therein).
Product highlights of ZERO-VOC ZRC include: * Contains no volatile organic compounds (VOC * Solvent-free formulation * Combines best features of organic and inorganic zincs * Requires minimal surface preparation * Convenient one-coat system * Easily cleans up with water * Heat resistant up to 1200[degrees] F * Meets VOC standards in all 50 states "After 10,000 hours of accelerated laboratory anti-corrosion testing and two years of field testing at locations around the globe, we are very pleased to introduce a ZRC formulation that contains no VOCs," stated Matthew R.
Self-curing Type 1-C inorganic zinc coatings, which are based on ethyl silicate resins, react with atmospheric moisture, making them moisture-tolerant.
ZPMC) is using International Paint's Interzinc [R] 22 Inorganic Zinc Rich Silicate and Interfine [R] 979 Acrylic Polysiloxane paints to coat the 45,000-ton steel structures being used for the new east span of the San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge.