For products that deserve more
  • Safe coating of cavities and undercuts
  • High corrosion protection and weather resistance
  • Use of property-optimised coating agents
  • Single and multiple layer systems possible
  • Definition of sliding and friction coefficient windows possible
  • Protection against mechanical, thermal and chemical stress

How does it work?

The dip-spin process is a common method for coating bulk materials. Basecoats (zinc flake coatings) and topcoats as well as post-dip lubrications can be applied.

The bulk material is loaded into a basket, whereby the filling quantity depends on the component geometry and weight. The loaded basket is first lowered into a dip tank containing the coating material.

This is individually adapted to your requirements and wishes. While the basket is still in the dip tank, it is slowly centrifuged. By changing the position of the parts and removing bubbles in the coating agent, this improves the cross-linking process.

After dipping the basket, it is lifted out of the dip tank and centrifuged again. In this way, excess coating material is spun off the components, which can be collected in the dip tank and reused. There are a number of parameters that influence the process and the quality of the coating. These include, among others, the immersion time, the spinning speed, duration and direction, but also the loading and viscosity of the coating agent.

Now that the components are fully coated, the coating material is dried and fully cross-linked in a continuous oven. At KLEVER, we have state-of-the-art, fully automatic equipment for dip-spin application, as well as the necessary know-how to fulfil all your wishes and requirements.

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