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  • Anodising

    Anodic oxidation ("anodising") is a process for creating an oxidic protective layer on aluminium or titanium. This process does not actually apply a protective layer on the material, but creates a thin oxide layer by converting the top metal layer. The conversion is done after chemical... Read More
  • Cathodic Dip Painting

    Cathodic dip painting (CDP) is an electrochemical painting process, whereby the material is dipped in electrically conductive paint. A direct current field is applied between the material and a counter electrode. Since materials of different charges attract one another, a closed paint film with... Read More
  • Coatings for the Automotive Industry

    The automotive industry, with its continuous innovations, demands better and better performance of technical surfaces. Production methods that protect the material and the environment as well as long-lasting properties are of utmost importance. Impreglon offers its customers a wide variety of... Read More
  • Coatings for the Chemical Industry

    Chemical processes are particularly sensitive to any impurities or foreign particles that get into the production lines during processing. Another challenge is protecting the surfaces of components and equipment that come into contact with aggressive substances during the production process.... Read More
  • Coatings for the Plastics Industry

    Increasing production speeds and more complex design of rubber and plastic parts place increasing demands on the surface systems used in the manufacturing process. In addition to excellent nonstick properties and ease of removal from molds, environmentally friendly factors such as the... Read More
  • Dip Spinning

    The dip spinning process is used for the cost-effective coating of bulk materials with a zinc flake layer. During dip spinning the small components that are to be coated are dipped into the immersion bath. Then the excess material is spun-off in a drum. The wet film is dried and cured (baked).... Read More
  • Drum Spraying

    Drum spraying is a hot-drum process, which is used for coating small components in a closed spraying chamber (Rotamat®). During this efficient and cost-effective process the small parts that are to be coated are poured into a rotating drum, which is enclosed by a housing. One or several spray... Read More
  • Nanocoating

    Nanocoating changes the material at a molecular level by applying nanostructures. When these structures contact the substrate they create a self-organised hydrophobic layer with a thickness of only a few dozen nanometres. The nanoparticles create a firm connection with the surface and ensure... Read More
  • Nonstick Coating

    Special polymers are used to create a hydrophobic surface that effectively prevents many different substances - e.g. adhesive, rubber, plastic or leather - from sticking. By applying specific roughness profiles to the surface structure, the contact area is reduced and the nonstick properties... Read More
  • Polymer coating

    The use of special polymers (e.g. polytetrafluoroethylene) allows the creation of hydrophobic surfaces and the effective prevention of the sticking of various substances such as adhesives, rubber, synthetic materials or food ingredients to these surfaces. The targeted alteration of the surface... Read More
  • Powder coating

    Powder coating uses an electrically conductive material, which is coated with powder paint. During this process, electrically charged particles of the coating powder and the material that is to be coated attract each other. The powder is charged by an electrode in the spray gun. The material... Read More
  • Slide Coating

    The extraordinary sliding properties of fluoropolymers, with low friction values when in contact with the most varied substrates, are well known. Metals, plastics, paper and food are conveyed with much greater ease in production processes when such coatings are used. Lubricants can be added to... Read More
  • Thermal Spraying

    Thermal spraying is a coating process whereby, in most cases, a powdery or a wire-shaped coating material with high thermal energy is spun onto a component surface where it creates a layer. There are a number of different process variations, for example plasma spraying, high-speed flame... Read More
  • Traction Coating

    When different coating processes and materials are combined, specific properties of a component surface's structure and roughness can be modified. Materials or yard ware made of fabric, plastic and paper are transported more reliably and with fewer interruptions when components are treated with... Read More
  • Vacuum Coating

    The high-vacuum coating process (PVD process) is used for coating materials with a very thin metal layer of 2-5 µm. The application of ultra-thin layers of aluminium, copper, tin, gold or silver allows the creation of various metal effects such as aluminium, special steel, old brass or gold... Read More
  • Zinc Thermal Diffusion

    Zinc thermal diffusion is the name given to a state-of-the-art corrosion protection process of premium quality, whereby the surface of the material is thermochemically modified. The resulting protective layer forms an extremely strong bond with the carrier material and thereby ensures excellent... Read More
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