Dip coating

Special part geometries, or geometries that are difficult to reach in the interior cannot be coated with conventional spraying methods. In such cases, we recommend the use of machinery for dip coating. In the case of dip coating, the component or substrate is dipped into the coating solution. When removing, a liquid film remains on the component. The component is then dried or cured. Dip coating is particularly economical when using wet coat, since the material loss is - in contrast to spraying (Overspray) - low. The process is used wherever the functionality of the surface is more important than the surface profile, since due to the process the tolerances must be greater 

Eddy sintering

Eddy sintering is the equivalent of dip coating with powdered coating materials. The method is popular for coating metal surfaces with a plastic/polymer coating. We dip the preheated component in a coating tank in which powder is suspended. The coating powder melts on the hot component to form a non-porous film.

 

 

Functions:

Industries:

  • Fittings industry
  • Automotive industry
  • Chemical industry
  • Electrical engineering
  • Energy sector
  • Semiconductor industry
  • Maintenance / Repair
  • Plastics processing industry
  • Laboratory technology
  • Coatings technology
  • Food industry
  • Aviation industry
  • Machinery and plant engineering
  • Medical technology (Life Science)
  • Measurement and level control technology
  • Furniture industry
  • Off-Shore
  • Paper and printing industry
  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • Transport sector
  • Watch industry / Luxury goods
  • Packaging industry

 

Talk to us about your requirements. 
We will find the ideal solution for you.

Tel. +49 7121 98 8 56-0

 


The following companies offer these procedures:
  ADELHELM Kunststoffbeschichtungen GmbH
  ADELHELM LubriCoat GmbH

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