Archive: Dec 2023

Precision from Start to Finish: Unveiling Trans-ACC’s Comprehensive Coating Process

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At Trans-ACC, the journey of a coating is not merely a task but a meticulous orchestration from start to finish. Dive into the heart of Trans-ACC’s comprehensive coating process, where precision is paramount, and every stage plays a crucial role in ensuring coatings meet the highest performance standards in the field.

The process commences with a meticulous pre-treatment, a foundational step that sets the stage for coating excellence. Trans-ACC’s skilled team employs advanced techniques to clean and apply pre-treatment, laying the groundwork for optimal adhesion and durability.

Moving forward, whether it’s a conveyor line or a spray booth, the application of liquid coatings takes center stage. The expertise lies not just in the application but in the selection of coatings tailored to the specific needs of diverse substrates and part sizes.

The final act in this precision performance is the curing cycle. Trans-ACC ensures that the correct curing or drying process is executed, enhancing the durability and functionality of the coatings. This end-to-end approach is a testament to Trans-ACC’s commitment to doing the right things the right way, delivering coatings that surpass customer expectations in both form and function.

Trans-ACC: Explores the Dynamics of Powder and Liquid Coatings: A Comprehensive Analysis

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In an insightful article titled “The pros and cons of powder and liquid coatings” by Fleet Equipment Magazine, the dynamics of powder and liquid coatings are explored, shedding light on their respective advantages and disadvantages.

Powder coating, known for its lower Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) content, higher dry film thickness, and efficient overspray recycling, offers distinct advantages. However, specialized electrostatic spray equipment is required, limiting its application on surfaces without conductivity. The need for baking in an oven and challenges in achieving thin film builds are notable disadvantages.

On the other hand, liquid coatings provide low VOC options and can be applied at lower film builds, offering economic advantages. Ambient cure options and a wide variety of color variations from a single toner mixing bank add to the appeal. Yet, challenges such as high VOC content, the need for proper ventilation, and significant training for competent application pose hurdles.

Click here to discover Trans-ACC’s capabilities in coating solutions.

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