Trans-Acc provides plastisol or nylon coating services, depending on the specified substrate and usage of the finished product.

Our plastisol coatings are softer and ideal for applications where a highly tactile finish is required, as in fixturing or tooling. Nylon coatings, on the other hand, are applied to our customer products that need durability, chemical, and heat resistance. To provide insight on appropriate coating recommendations, we always work with our customers to find their product requirements.

Using electrostatic sprays, we apply nylon powders with thicknesses of up to 0.040″. The nylon coating thus formed is tough, solvent, impact resistant, has excellent abrasion, and gives a natural lubricity to the part. The final finish attained is smooth, with a low coefficient of friction, and this makes our nylon coatings ideal for shelving applications. We can also formulate nylons to suit specific applications in the food industry.

Both our plastisol and nylon coatings are used as a liquid primer pre-coat, which helps in better coating adhesion and eventually a higher performance.

Capabilities

Coating Thickness

Contact Us for Details.

Part Dimension Size Accepted

Small to Large Sizes, Contact Us for Details.

Application Methods

Nylon – Electrostatic Spray Method
Plastisol – Dipping Method

Typical Substrates

Aluminum
Steel

Colors Available

Clear
Food Grade White
Custom Colors

Coating Characteristics

Nylon Coatings:
Impact Resistance
Corrosion Resistance
Preserves the Original Shape of the Part
Self Lubricating, Slightly Slippery Surface
Eliminates Rattling/ Wear Resistance

Plastisol Coatings:
Impact Protection
Electrical Insulation
Smooth, Non Sliding Surfaces
Waterproof/Rust Resistance
Hides Imperfections in Metal
Eliminates Rattling/ Wear Resistance

Quality Certification and Compliance

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

Thickness Measurement Instruments

Took Gage
DelFelsko PosiTest, DFT

Additional Information

Part Quantities

Part Quantities can be coated from 1 to 1,000,000.
With high volume part quantities and blanket orders, we can provide a shipping schedule to meet your production requirements.

Lead Times

We have the ability to support most emergency needs and provide same day turn around.
Other options available for 24 hour service, one week, and combined inventory processing.

Acceptable File Formats

AutoCAD “DWG” files
Excel Spread Sheets
PDF files
Word Documents

Industries Served

Aerospace
Automotive
Commercial
Defense
Medical

Shipping & Packaging

Pickup & Delivery

Special Packaging, As Required

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