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Painting by immersing in chemical solutions (final coatings)

Painting by immersing in chemical solutions (final coatings)

Painting by immersing in chemical solutions (final coatings)

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Dear Gentlemen

Is there method to painting iron accessories and metal doors by just immersing in chemical solutions (final coatings too) without
using brush or galvanize ?
And if it exist ,is it good method for paint steel doors and parts ?

thanks

RE: Painting by immersing in chemical solutions (final coatings)

Yes, it's an electrophoretic process often called e-coating. It is used by the automotive industry to prime car bodies.

http://www.hartfordfinishing.com/e-coating

RE: Painting by immersing in chemical solutions (final coatings)

Henkel has a process called Autodeposition. Gives you a black paint coating with a dip or spray on steel parts. My former employer used it on backing plates for drum brakes and housings for vacuum boosters.

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