Electrocoating

The Electrocoating Zone is a library of all things e-coat—a process whereby electrically charged particles are deposited out of a water suspension to coat a conductive part. From application systems to coatings and curing, this site-within-a-site is your ultimate resource for electrocoat articles, suppliers and products. Check out our feature stories, tips from industry experts, and the latest in innovations from world-class suppliers.

Adding Finishing and Cutting Costs

BTD Manufacturing adds liquid and autophoretic finishes, and now enjoys great demand for these processes from its customers.

Take Steps to Make Cleaning Changes

A well-designed and carefully maintained cleaning process is essential to build and assemble quality product and to expand the customer base.

Experts

Estimating the Electrocoat Usage of a Part

If you work at a job shop and would like to accurately estimate costs when quoting new business, Axalta’s Joe Subda has some great formulas to use.

Experts

Determining Ultrafiltration Permeate Requirements

Axalta’s Joe Subda explains ultrafiltration and defines permeate to help you figure out how to operate your ecoat system most efficiently.

Featured Video

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

500°F Jumbo Walk-In Oven Cures Large Parts

Grieve’s No. 1019 is a 500°F, electrically heated walk-in batch oven designed for curing coatings onto large discs.

Calvary Industries Develops In-House Control System

CalEye 2.0 provides customizable, automated control for pretreatment systems.