- Tool handles
- Fitness equipment
- Corrosive areas
- Medical instruments
- Electrical connectors
- Wire forms
- Plumbing fittings
- Dust prohibitors
- High acidic areas
- Outdoor play ground equipment
Plastic dip coating is a thermal process.Metal parts are preheated, dipped, and then post heated. Prior to plastic coating the object the product may be primed; the primer helps the plastic coating adhere to the part.
During the dipping process the heat in the parts gels the surrounding material. Process time and temperature and the thickness of the substrate will determine the thickness of the plastic coating.
Although the plastic coatings can be quite thick, 0.6 or even more on some parts, the outside dimensions of the parts are surprisingly controllable. Thickness can be held to very close tolerances. Using precisely controlled ovens, dip speeds, dip times, and withdraw speeds are paramount to plastic coating process.
Plastic dip coating is able to cover large and small sizes
Resilient and protective
Thickness from 0.01 cm to 1.3 cm