Cathodic dip coating


Cathodic dip coating is a coating method in which we immerse the object to be painted into water-dissolved paint with a low solids content. By applying a direct current between the object to be painted (cathode) and a counter electrode, a coating of high solids content is achieved, which produces a film with excellent corrosion protection properties after subsequent curing. Cathodic dip coating is frequently the our customers’ first choice for a basecoat for powder and wet paints.


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