The KTL is a type of dip-painting procedure, that utilises electrochemical processes for extracting paint. The physics principle that serves as a basis of this process is that objects of opposite charge mutually attract each other, so this way a very strong adhesion can be achieved.
By this cathodic dip-painting the resulting layer of painting is very evenly spread on metal surfaces and in micro-cavities and scores very high in durabiliy tests.
By applying this method together with the already existing surface treatment procedures we can guarantee a very reliable undercoat before the actual powder-coating treatment.
Max. workpiece dimensions (height x width x length): 1300 x 600 x 3000 mm
Max. weight of workpiece: 300 kg
Colour: black (similar to RAL 9005)
Thickness of coating: 15-35 micron
Range of materials that can be coated:
- galvanised steel
- cast iron
- cast aluminum
- cast magnesium alloys
- alkaline degreasing
- Chrome 4 – free passivating