e coating parts as an example of an industrial coating


The industrial finishing process is placing or applying a physical, mechanical, or chemical industrial coating to the surface of a metallic part or component.

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Rusted and non-rusted Gears.

Preventing Metal Corrosion

There are several different methods of preventing metal corrosion. The most effective method is coating the metal surface to provide a sealed moisture barrier.

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Metal beams with e-coating in warehouse.

A-Coating vs. E-Coating

A-coating vs. E-coating. Both are dip-coating processes that add rust & corrosion-proof coating to metal. How can you choose the right industrial metal coating?

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Electroplating vs. Electrocoating

To the layman, it might seem as though there’s little to the debate of “electroplating vs. electrocoating.” After all, both of these metal finishing processes…

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Color palette concepts for different color options of industrial coatings.

E-Coating vs. Powder Coating

Among the many types of industrial coatings there are electrocoating and powder coating. These two processes are similar, as they both involve applying a coating…

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multi colored metal swatch

An Introduction To E-Coating

From cars to hardware, customers demand higher quality, performance, and durability from their products, wanting the finish to look good and resist corrosion.

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