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 excellent adhesive properties is created by the process.
Automatic CDP coating allows the application of even layer thicknesses to metal surfaces and cavities as well as achieving good surface quality.
CDP painting ensures the effective and lasting protection against corrosion with high temperature resistance and excellent chemical resistance. Such surfaces are scratch-proof and protect against stone chips.