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Anodic Versus Cathodic Electrodeposition
To keep the chemistry of these two processes straight, first consider the metal part you are coating. In cathodic electrocoat, the part is the cathode and in anodic electrocoat, the part is the anode. Follow the four E’s of the electrocoat process to keep track of the major process steps: electrolysis, electrophoresis, electrodeposition and electroendosmosis.
Racking Up Profits in Coating Operations
Racking is often the first process when parts arrive at a finishing shop, but it’s the last process anyone thinks about when it comes to improving efficiencies and reducing costs.