Electrostatic powder coating
One or more protective layers
Electrostatic powder coating of complex components is largely a manual process. The powder acquires an electrical charge in the spray gun and is then deposited on the metal surface that is being coated. Depending on the coating, we apply this technique to cold or pre-heated surfaces. The process is then repeated if necessary to obtain a greater layer thickness. Rilsan®, Resicoat®, Halar®, Abcite® and fluoropolymers such as ETFE and PFA Ruby Red are suitable coatings for this technique.
Benefits of electrostatic powder coating
Because we apply the coating manually, we can target specific surfaces of metal products very precisely. This method lets us coat complex components such as tanks, valve casings and racks or frames for galvanization processes. Moreover, this technique makes it easy to switch coatings, so that the costs associated with any changeovers are limited.
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