(1) The electrophoretic coating process provides a rich, deep color that glows. The results are more vibrant than conventional methods because the paint is suspended in an electric field and pulled into the pores of the metal.
(2) Other decorative processes are spray-on or baked-on, which are painted or coated on the surface. The electrophoretic process becomes part of the metal, permanently bound to it.
(3) Because the colored particles are pulled into the pores (which other processes cannot accomplish), there is no bleeding or wearing away of color. In other words, your paint won’t wear off like spray-on paints and baked-on paints.
(4) Unlike traditional powder coating, which does not yield a deep and reflective finish, electrophoretic coatings do not compromise the metal’s natural lubricity. Therefore, it is easier to clean and maintain without compromising performance.
Can the paint be removed from the metal? If so, how?
Can the paint be removed from the metal? If yes, how?
Yes, the paint can be removed by using a wire brush or hitting it very hard with a hammer.
Is there any effect on the lubrication of the metal? If yes, how?
No effect on lubrication; in fact, electrophoretic coatings restore a natural lubricity to the surface that is not compromised by the traditional manufacturing processing we offer — SSP the paint can be removed from the metal.
All it takes is a wire brush or sandpaper to remove any amount of color left by the electrophoretic process.
Why are there three different formulations for powder coating? Does one formulation provide better corrosion resistance than others?
The three different powder coatings (TC-16, TC-32, and TC-50) are different metals. The more metal in the formula, the better the corrosion resistance you get with that paint formulation.
Can I apply both electrophoretic coating and powder coating when manufacturing metal fences?
Yes, you can apply both electrophoretic coating and powder coating because the two processes are entirely compatible.
The paint that is applied with our enamel-based powder coatings is pulled into the pores of the metal during an electrophoretic process, therefore making it more durable. It looks great on any surface.
How durable is the electrophoretic coating process?
Electrophoretic coatings are more durable than traditional powder coats or baked-on paints. The paint that is applied with our enamel-based powder coatings is pulled into the pores of the metal during an electrophoretic process, therefore making it more durable.