Surface treatment

Surface treatment is a crucial step in manufacturing that significantly influences the quality and durability of our parts. In addition to cleaning through degreasing, phosphating for corrosion protection, and drying in a continuous system, various types of coating play a role in the final treatment of our parts.

Degreasing is an important initial step in surface treatment. It removes oils, fats, and other contaminants from the surface of the parts, ensuring optimal adhesion of subsequent coatings.

Phosphating serves as corrosion protection and enhances the coating’s adhesion to the part’s surface. It involves a chemical process where a thin phosphate layer is generated on the part’s surface, acting as a barrier against corrosion.

Drying in a continuous system is another critical step in surface treatment. It ensures that the parts are completely dry before being forwarded to the next processing stage.

Various types of coating play a crucial role in the final treatment of our parts. They can serve both decorative and functional purposes, such as improving aesthetics, increasing durability, or enhancing corrosion resistance.

Overall, surface treatment contributes to improving the quality and longevity of our parts, ensuring they meet the high standards of our customers.