electropainting

electropainting

[i′lek·trō‚pānt·iŋ]
(engineering)
Electrolytic deposition of a thin layer of paint on a metal surface which is made an anode.
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The 120-strong family-held automotive supply firm, which specialises in electropainting and powder coating, said the new investment will allow it to take on extra workers.
The document does not deal withhardening (except for hydrogede-embrittlement), vapour deposition of metals, hot-dip galvanising and bulk pickling of iron and steels, surface treatment using solvents and electropainting (electrophoretic painting).
The document does not deal with hardening (except for hydrogen embrittlement), vapour deposition of metals, hot-dip galvanising and bulk pickling of iron and steels, surface treatment using solvents and electropainting (electrophoretic painting).
The document does not deal with hardening (except for hydrogede-embrittlement), vapour deposition of metals, hot-dip galvanising and bulk pickling of iron and steels, surface treatment using solvents and electropainting (electrophoretic painting).
During the subsequent heat treatment or cathaphoretic electropainting (CEP), the polysiloxanes cross-link and grow to form a thin coating.
Prior to this, Jan lump was the European general director of Romicon, a pioneering company in Hollow Fiber ultrafiltration also used in the electropainting market.
Malcolm Enamellers is a West Midlands based company that is privately owned and family run, specialising in a wide range of surface coatings including electropainting and powder coating, as well as Heat Resistant and anti stone chip coatings.
Anca's Warwick site houses one of the largest trade electropainting plants in the country and accommodates components up to 3.