E-coating allows us to achieve smooth coverage and uniform thickness, even on complicated components.
OUR E-COATING PROCESS
WHAT IS E-COATING?
Electrocoating, or e-coating, is a process of coating metal using electricity and immersion in a solution of water and paint or epoxy. As the part is dipped in a “bath” of the coating solution, electricity passing through the part causes the paint or epoxy to adhere to the surface, forming a uniform finish.
Advantages of Powder Coating
Every surface in contact with the solution gets evenly coated, even on components with complex shapes.
The thickness of the coating can be precisely controlled through timing and electrical voltage adjustment.
The immersion process prevents overspray, reducing waste and increasing cost-effectiveness.
We prepare the surface to be coated by cleaning, removing debris, and pre-treating the surface as needed. This often includes media blasting to remove rust, old paint, or other things that might prevent even coverage.
The part is then dipped into a bath of coating materials mixed with water. As an electric current passes through the bath, the coating materials stick to the surface of the part.
After being removed from the bath, the part is baked in an oven to allow the coating to harden and remain durable over time.