Electrocoating

Electrocoating, also called ecoat, is a process by which electrically charged particles are deposited out of a water suspension to coat a conductive part. E-coat is a prevalent finish used in the automotive industry.

Best Practices for Ecoat Paint Ultrafiltration Systems

Insights and actions to help maintain a top-performing ultrafilter system, extend the life of UF elements and gain more permeate.

Finding What Causes Defects in Ecoat Systems

The first step in solving defects in ecoat, says Axalta’s Joe Subda, is to determine if the defect is on all parts, one part, or a certain type of part or substrate.

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Powder Coat Systems with the Best Long-Term Performance

The best protection against corrosion and UV exposure, says Axalta’s Mike Withers, is electrocoat and a super durable powder coating.

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How to Measure Ecoat Throwpower in the Field

Axalta’s Dan Rose says the regular monitoring, recording and charting of throwpower can be a very valuable tool for ensuring quality.

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Check Out What's In Store at Ecoat18

Discover what electrocoating can bring to a finishing operation by watching this promotional video for Ecoat18, which will take place at the Electrocoat Conference, April 24-26 at Innisbrook Golf & Spa Resort, Tampa Bay Area, Florida.

INNOVATIONS

Hemco UniFlo Hoods Capture Fumes

Hoods constructed of chemical-resistant, flame-retardant, nonsparking composite resin materials.

ATI Orbital Sander Designed for Robotic Surface Prep

The compliance force is adjustable to accommodate a variety of applications.