Environmental Electrophoretic Coating For Auto Parts
Model Name: H-0216
Electrophoretic Paint: An automatic electrophoretic paint (E-coat)
plant with a process window of 1.5 * 0.9 * 0.3 and a maximum load
capacity of 250Kg. E-coat offers high corrosion resistance coupled with an excellent
aesthetic appearance which is fast becoming the coating of choice
for the automotive industry.
Benefits: The principal benefit of electrophoretic paint is the
uniform density of the finish across the whole part, even on
complex shapes. The benefit of a uniform coating density is an important feature
where colour consistency is required. E-coat is often applied where corrosion protection is required to
satisfy warranty agreements. Electrophoretic paint is a low cost treatment that offers the
opportunity for a quick turn around on large volumes
Technology: Electrophoretic paint (E-Coat) technology is
particularly advantageous for the application of a uniform organic
coating formed on fabricated metal components. Unlike sprayed or dipped coatings, an electrophoretic coating is of
uniform thickness on even the most complex shapes, including the
edges. The size of components and parts is not in itself limiting;motor
vehicle manufacturers routinely coat car chassis and other parts
for corrosion protection with electrophoretic paint.
Quality: Electrophoretic paint coatings are free of sags, beads and
runs. These coatings exhibit excellent salt spray and humidity
resistance, high throwing power,good hardness and flexibility.
Automotive: E-coat is commonly used through out the automotive
industry where high corrosion resistance is required on sub frame
components such as steering racks, suspension mounts, chassis
fixtures and auxiliary attachments such as tow bars.
|Paint Process||Environmental Electrophoretic Coating For Auto Parts|
|Thickness||15-30 micron, according to specification|
|Throwing Power||18-20cm (Ford Test)|
|Cross Hatch Adhesion||95-100%|
|Corrosion Protection||Neutral salt spray resistance 1000 h plus|