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31-03-2016
Industrial Coating Services for Various Applications

Industrial coating services are typically utilized when surface treating various types of goods. Products include automobile parts and accessories, metal roofing, agricultural vehicles, mobile phones, laptops, computers, home appliances, and office furniture. Most products sold for consumer and industrial use undergo a coating treatment for protective and functional properties. Industrial coating acts as a surface protection but it also has the underlying goal of improving aesthetics. A coated surface, whether textured or smooth, is consistent in look and pleasant to the touch.

Teff-Line LTD. offer a wide range of industrial coating services. A knowledgeable representative can assist you in selecting the coating or surface preparation technique suitable to your purposes. Modern liquid coatings have low VOC, are HAP-free and without chrome formulations to ensure compliance with both federal and local environmental regulations. VOC’s are solvents that are released from paint as it dries. The federal government has put a cap on VOC content which manufacturers have to comply with. HAP on the other hand means hazardous air pollutants that are often released by some particular types of coatings. Chrome has high value in the industrial world because it achieves a mirror-like finish that is rust resistant; however, chromium can affect air quality.

There are many types of industrial coating services, in many colors to choose from, available to businesses and the public. This article outlines a few popular types of coating: 

  • Urethane-based coatings can be mixed and brushed to surfaces to provide a flexible, tough, and impact-resistant coating. Urethane is quite popular in different industries because it bonds to many surfaces like metals, fabrics, plastics, and wood. In addition, there is an extensive palette of colors from metallic to special effects pigments. Urethane-based coatings are suitable for curing.
  • Acrylic-based coatings are finishes for architectural coatings, OEM manufacture, and specialized applications. Acrylic coating can either be thermoplastic or thermosetting and delivers superior durability and chemical resistance. The coating is formulated for air-dry or high temperature curing, particularly for metal and plastic substrates.
  • Polyester coatings are used to create that deep wet look that cannot be duplicated through other finishes except epoxy. Polyester coating is also used to fill pores on open grained wood. Polyester has a higher percentage of solids per volume, which is why it is slower to dry. Polyester provides excellent wear protection with high water and chemical resistance. 
  • Epoxy-based coatings are extremely resistant to corrosion, which is why they are typically used on home appliances. Many refrigerators, washing machines, and dryers are coated with epoxy to create a finished shine that is resistant to marks, scratches, and scuffs. Epoxy based coatings serve a primarily aesthetic function but they also provide the necessary surface protection. 

Awesome company, very speedy service!
Posted by: Talon | August 26, 2016, 11:20 am
Good information, not all coatings are the same.
Posted by: Mikael | May 25, 2016, 1:48 pm
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