Applying professional liquid & wet coatings takes more than a booth and a spray gun.

Providing high-quality, high performing coatings and coating services to the industry has been the core business for Trans-Acc since 1967. We handle a wide variety of part substrates and part sizes, using either a conveyor line or a spray booth.

We have equipment and trained staff to:

  • Clean and apply the pre-treatment at the start of the process
  • Spray, dip or roll-on the wet/liquid paints
  • Perform the correct curing or drying cycle at the end of the process

In other words, we do the right things the right way from start to finish to ensure the coating specified by our customer performs as required in the field.

A wide range of liquid/wet coatings, which provide excellent resistance against marring and corrosion, are available from high build epoxy coatings to military CARC coatings. A wide variety of color options that comply with Federal Standard 595 color specifications, Munsell color system, and PMS or RAL color matching systems, are available for customers to choose from. On request, we can provide custom colors within short lead times.

Specifications

High Performance Coatings

Military CARC Coatings
Dry Film Lubricants Coatings
Electro-Magnetic Insulation Coatings
Heat Resistant Coatings

High Chemical Resistance Coatings
Low Friction Finish Coatings
Radio Frequency Insulation Coatings

Process Advantages

Durable
Excellent Appearance
More Substrate Options
Provides Corrosion Protection

Resistant to Maring
Short Lead Times for Custom Colors
Wide Variety of Color Options

General Liquid Coatings

Acrylic Enamel
Anti Friction Coatings
Baking Enamels
Clear-Coats Urethanes
Epoxies
Heat Resistant Coatings
High Build Epoxies

Military CARC Systems
Polyesters
Polyurethane Enamels
Textured Finishes
Urethane
Wash Primers
Water Base Coatings

Standards Met

Federal Standard 595
Munsell for Asia
PMS Color Matching
RAL

Masking Tolerance

Up to .001″

Maximum Part Dimension Size Accepted

Wet Coat Line:
Any Size

Application Methods and Information

Air Assisted
Airless Application
Baking
Convensional Air Spray Guns
Dip Coat and Drain

Dip Coat and Spin
Electrostatic
Hand Brush or Rolled Application
High Volume, Low Pressure (H.V.L.P.)

Curing Processes

Air Dry Lines
Batch Ovens
Convection Ovens
Infrared Ovens

Quality Certification and Compliance

ISO: 9001 Certified
EPA ISO: 14001 Compliant
OHSA ISO: 45001 Compliant

Manufacturers Name of Paints in Stock

Akzo Nobel
Carboline International
Devoe Coatings Co.
Hentzen Coatings

PPG Industries, Inc.
Randolph Products Company
Sandstrom Products Company
Sherwin Williams

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