Dip spin is a process whereby product is placed in a mesh basket, submerged in coating solution and spun to remove the excess coating. The temperature and viscosity of the coating, immersion time, spin direction and velocities and the cure method are among the variables that allow users to customize a process recipe and achieve precise, highly repeatable results.
Dip spin coating technology is compatible with all major coatings types used in fastener finishing; specifically, coatings that combine high resistance to chemical and galvanic/bi-metallic corrosion with UV stability, anti-galling properties and/or anti-vibration characteristics. Most would also be compatible with sealants, adhesives and locking patches and would be dry to the touch when cured. The specific coating types involved include fluorocarbons, zinc-rich, ceramic metallic (aluminum-based with organic or inorganic topcoats).
Dip spin coating has a number of benefits for your products:Economical method for bulk processing small parts – i.e. fasteners, stampings, and springs