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Pitfalls of Electro-deposition Paint Process

Pitfalls of Electro-deposition Paint Process

Pitfalls of Electro-deposition Paint Process

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We intend in the first half of 2004 to install a new paint system which includes an electrocoat stage.  I have limited experience of the e-coat process as we currently use wet or powder paint only. Can you warn me of any process, quality or maintenance issues, which are particular to the e-coat process and may not have been considered?

RE: Pitfalls of Electro-deposition Paint Process

Products Finishing magazine is an excellent source of information on coatings in general, and electrocoat in particular.  Check out the following links, especially the forum and clinic sections:

http://www.pfonline.com/

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

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