1. Electrostatic powder spraying
2. Fluorocarbon spraying
5. Transfer wood grain
If you choose coating, then the most important is electrophoresis and electroplating, electrophoresis and electroplating is different, electrophoresis and anodizing is also different, powder spraying and anodizing is also different, the following electrophoresis and electroplating surface treatment method.
What's the difference between electrophoresis and electroplating?
What is electrophoresis?
Electrophoresis is the process of depositing another resin ion on a metal surface. The movement of charged particles (ions) in an electric field in a solution.
What is electroplating?
Electroplating: The deposition of a polymer resin on a metal surface. The process by which some metals are coated with a thin layer of other metals or alloys by means of electrolysis.
Industrial decorative aluminum profiles surface treatment electrophoresis process and electroplating process in the use of function what are the differences? What are the advantages and disadvantages of electrophoresis and electroplating?
Characteristics, functions, advantages and disadvantages of electroplating and electrophoresis
Electroplating is the use of electrolytic effect to make metal or other materials attached to the surface of a metal film process, the advantage is to avoid metal oxidation (such as corrosion), improve wear resistance, electrical conductivity, reflective, corrosion resistance (copper sulfate, etc.) and improve the appearance of the effect. The plating has a metallic texture.
The advantages of electrophoresis are high imitation electroplating, performance, color or a certain gap. Electrophoresis is difficult to create the metallic texture of electroplating. However, in terms of the uniformity of the paint film, the electrophoretic paint coating with high and low potential film thickness is uniform, while the electroplating with high and low potential coating is uneven, so the electrophoretic coating has a certain effect on industrial decorative aluminum profiles.
The electrophoretic process for industrial decorative aluminum profiles also has more advantages over the paint film covering compared to the electroplating process. The electrophoretic coating can completely cover conceals, such as inner wall and depression, while electroplating generally cannot deepen conceals. Electrophoresis can only be applied to conductive metal appearance. Plating can also be applied to specially treated plastics in addition to metal surfaces.