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210269 (Automotive)
1 May 03 8:06
What can cause e-coat problems. Bubbling can be found in certain areas on the vehicle,(is this caused by the e-coat being to hot,oil or Chemical reaction with sealant)Rust is comming through where bubbling and sealant is found. please help!
TVP (Materials)
1 May 03 12:03
There is a great deal of information available at the Products Finishing website regarding electrocoating.  Use the following links for more information:

http://www.pfonline.com/ecoat/index.html

http://www.pfonline.com/articles/079802.html
gdodd (Automotive)
5 May 03 23:15
Also try posting your question on www.finishing.com
210269 (Automotive)
7 May 03 7:48
Thanks for the help TVP and gdodd. I've tried to mark it down as helpful but the system will not let me! I will keep trying.
thanks Neil

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